Stolen Lives: The Reality of Living with Long Covid
Long Covid is affecting an estimated two million people in the UK; however, both the general population and the UK government have continued to overlook its impacts. This eBook sheds light on the life-changing condition.
Reproductive technologies for sustainable livestock production
Livestock are an important source of food for the planet’s eight billion humans; societies across the globe must work together to meet the ever-increasing demand for food through reproductive technologies, if we hope to attain global food security Animal-source foods are a vital component of a healthy well- balanced human...
Bioplastics and back: Bacterial construction and degradation methods
Bioplastics are a subject of increasing interest due to demand for traditional petroleum alternatives. Several pathways to bioplastic generation are known today.
Transformations to knowledge-based technology at Vestas Aircoil
Vestas Aircoil A/S delve into their transformation from a blacksmith company to a company making its decisions on knowledge-based technology
North America Analysis January 2023
We welcome 2023 with our brand-new volume of North America Analysis. We hear from Dr Nora Volkow, Director of the U.S. National Institute on Drug Abuse, NIH, who highlights five areas where “more research” isn’t needed to curb the overdose crisis.
Asia Analysis January 2023
We warmly welcome you to the January 2023 edition of Asia Analysis, which features an array of compelling articles from electrosynthesis to rice export restrictions.
Swindon & Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership support matters
A year in review: An overview of the Swindon and Wiltshire Economy in 2021.
Towards sustainable control of plant diseases
The 15th of November 2022 was an unremarkable day that may have passed many people by, but this was the day that the world population reached 8 billion people. As many as 828M of those people will go to bed hungry tonight.
Liquid Crystal Elastomers: Exploring smart plastics, reversible adhesion and material automation
Eugene M. Terentjev, Professor of Polymer Physics from the University of Cambridge, enlightens us on Smart Plastics, specifically on how liquid crystalline elastomers bring automation into materials.
Military burn pits: A toxic legacy of war
In recent years, the use of military burn pits has become one of the most widely discussed concerns about both current service members and veterans’ health.
The Pinpoint Test: Harnessing the power of AI in cancer diagnostics
Suspected cancer patients in England are currently referred to the NHS urgent cancer referral pathway, known as the ‘2-week wait’ (2WW). It guarantees that suspected cancer patients can see a specialist in Secondary Care within 14 days of referral.
Core governance activities: Risk management and information governance
Risk management and information governance are two core governance activities. Without both disciplines in place, few organisations can expect to achieve sustainable success. While they are essential separately, they complement each other.
Genomic instability in cancer
In this eBook, Sabine Mai from the University of Manitoba explores how nuclear architecture enables the analysis of genomic instability in cancer.
The functional utility of intellectual humanity in a polarized world
Only in the past decade or so have social scientists seriously studied intellectual humility as a virtue that might counter problems with this alarming social trend toward division Colonel Jessup—you may not remember the name, but some of you will know whom we are talking about. He is the fictional...
Why are the root causes of amyloid-associated diseases so misunderstood and treatments so inadequate?
The annual worldwide cost of treating amyloid-associated diseases is about a trillion dollars and increasing steadily. But the human toll is worse Amyloids are killing us, both literally and financially. Consider just these three: Amyloid β (Aβ) in Alzheimer’s Disease, α-Synuclein (α-Syn) in Parkinson’s Disease, and Amylin (aka IAPP) in...
Planting the seeds of value based care in the emergency department
This eBook covers the major challenges facing healthcare systems and how the potential role of artificial intelligence can support improved outcomes, financial savings and value-based care in the emergency room.
Safeguarding against climate change impacts
Urban areas are prone to climate change impacts. Simultaneously, the world’s population increasingly resides in cities. What needs to be done to protect them?
Climate Leadership and the COP Process
For many countries in the South, climate leadership has become increasingly necessary by the day, as the effects of the climate crisis are happening too fast for the globally proposed 45% average reduction of greenhouse gases by 2030.
Improve your bone health naturally
MyBones explores the potential Low-intensity Vibration therapy has as a natural alternative to prevent and combat osteoporosis.
North America Analysis October 2022
We enter Winter 2022 with our particular October volume of North America Analysis, crammed with insightful policy articles.