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Twenty-six new species of minute litter bugs described in new book
A new book, 'Pegs, Pouches, and Spines: Systematics and Comparative Morphology of the New World Litter Bug Genus Chinannus Wygodzinsky, 1948,' revises the genus Chinannus, and the authors describe 26 new species, expanding the known range to most countries between Nicaragua and Bolivia.
Loyola neurologist is co-author and editor of four new neurology textbooks
Loyola Medicine neurologist José Biller, M.D., is a co-author, editor and co-editor of new editions of four major neurology textbooks that are helping physicians keep abreast with the ever expanding knowledge of neurological diseases and disorders.
University of Arizona psychologist's new book explores love's many layers
David Sbarra, professor of psychology at the University of Arizona, has spent most of his career studying love and relationships. He shares his insights in a new self-published e-book, 'Love, Loss, and the Space Between: The Relationship Expert Essays.' A collection of 37 essays that cull from scientific research and Sbarra's personal experience, the book explores not only romantic partnerships but also other close relationships, including friendships, work relationships and even people's relationship with technology.
Springer publishes HCNA learning guide for Huawei
Springer, part of Springer Nature, has published for Huawei Technologies an English-language technical reference book entitled HCNA Networking Study Guide in support of the ICT multinational's HCNA (Huawei Certified Network Associate) Series Certifications. This is the first international publishing project Springer has delivered for a Chinese corporation.
New book gives comprehensive overview of astrocyte biology
Devin K. Binder, an associate professor of biomedical sciences in the School of Medicine at the University of California, Riverside, and Jacqueline A. Hubbard, a recent UC Riverside alumna, have coauthored a book, 'Astrocytes and Epilepsy' (Academic Press, Elsevier, 2016), that provides a comprehensive overview of astrocyte biology, the role astrocytes play in epileptic brain tissue, and their potential as a therapeutic target.
Here's how the human voice has been broken into its elements
Most recently, scientists dealing with the human voice have taken a novel view of the human voice from the perspective of voice production. The vitality of this new science is evidenced by five issued US patents. The monograph containing this is published by World Scientific.
In the space travel age, photonic tech is the way to go
As the space travel age dawns upon us, photonic technology takes on a greater central role in its impact on the performance of space systems.
How to build nanoelectronic devices atom by atom?
In recent decades, several device simulation tools using the bottom-up approach have been developed in universities and software companies. These software tools are capable of predicting electric current flowing through a nanostructure, and have been applied extensively to study emerging electronic materials and devices. In this book, the authors conduct an experiment and adopt a 'paradigm' approach; focusing on the development of one particular software tool called NanoDsim, and provide relevant knowledge and techniques whenever needed.
In 'Dull Disasters?: How Planning Ahead Will Make a Difference,' authors Daniel J. Clarke and Stefan Dercon show that by harnessing lessons from finance, political science, economics, psychology, and the natural sciences, countries can be far better prepared to deal with disasters.
Launch of the World Scientific Series on Current Energy Issues
The Series explores different energy resources and issues related to the use of energy. The volumes deal with the technical aspects of energy questions, and include relevant discussion about economic and policy matters. The goal of the series is to provide information that will allow the reader to reach conclusions based on sound, scientific data, and provide reliable information that can be useful to scientists, engineers, policy makers, and the general public.
Organic semiconductors -- materials for next-generation printable and wearable electronics
World-renowned researchers share their basic understanding of the foundational concepts pertaining to the design, synthesis, and applications of conjugated organic materials. These materials are used as semiconductors in new generations of devices for printed, conformable, and wearable electronics, in the context of applications related to light-emitting diodes, solar cells, field-effect transistors, spintronics, actuation, bioelectronics, thermoelectrics, and nonlinear optics.
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