A new book, Behavioral Science in the Wild, helps managers understand how best to incorporate key research findings from the behavioral sciences and to apply them to business or policy problems.
The newly published fourth edition of Essentials of Glycobiology has been thoroughly revised, especially with respect to the bioactivity, evolution, informatics, and nanotechnology of glycans, and genetic disorders of glycosylation. The book has an expanded international editorial board and a diverse panel of contributing authors, representing a wide range of expertise in emerging areas. Other key enhancements include a broadened focus on all lineages of life-forms in nature, increased coverage of topics, and in-depth attention to informatics and the exploration of the glycome and the glycoproteome. Most of the figures, many featuring artwork by one of the Editors, Richard Cummings of Harvard University, are also downloadable for nonprofit and teaching purposes.
The evolution of the most innovative square mile on the planet: the endless cycles of change and reinvention that created today's Kendall Square.
Yeast: from Nature to Bioprocesses indeed elucidates the leading role of these single-cell organisms for industrial microbiology either in environmental, health, social, or economic terms. This book is intended for graduate students and researchers at any stage of their career, especially in microbiology, biotechnology, biochemistry, and chemical engineering.
A new, thoroughly-revised and updated second edition of this seminal book, Michael and Denise Conover tackle the topic of human-wildlife conflicts with two additional decades of research, personal experience, and consideration for expansion of human populations across the globe.
A new book by University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign history professor Eugene Avrutin explores the history of racism in Russia over the past 150 years, from a society that was relatively free of racial violence to the elevation of whiteness under President Vladimir Putin’s rule.
New book by Professor of the Technopreneurship and Innovation Programme at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and former co-president of the World Entrepreneurship Forum tells readers how entrepreneurship is more about having the right mindset than about starting companies; that anyone can think like an entrepreneur; and that an entrepreneurial mindset can solve any problems we may encounter in life.
Reading like a series of one-on-one sessions with one of the world's leading business thinkers, A New Way to Think is an essential guide for any current or aspiring business leader.
Subject-verb agreement helps us do much more than just build sentences, linguist Shigeru Miyagawa contends in his new book, “Syntax in the Treetops.”
Timeka Tounsel, assistant professor of African American studies and media studies at Penn State, has written a new book exploring how mainstream brands and mass media companies have represented — and profited from — Black women throughout the years.
When Eli Friedman set out to write his second book, he intended to focus on the segregated education system in China and how it affected teachers’ work, but quickly found that the project moved in an unexpected direction.