Home Tags North America Analysis

North America Analysis Related Content

innovation in biomechanics, osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis: Innovation in biomechanics, biology and imaging

Nigel Shrive and David Hart from the McCaig Institute for Bone and Joint Health, University of Calgary, unravel the complexity of osteoarthritis and stress the need to integrate innovation in biomechanics, biology and imaging.
air pollution at night

Atmospheric science: Air pollution at night

April Hiscox, Associate Professor at The University of South Carolina Department of Geography, details what we need to know about air pollution at night in this special atmospheric science focus.
COVID vaccine development

Why COVID vaccine development was exceptionally speedy

Ram May-Ron, Managing Partner at FreeMind Group, explains why COVID vaccine development was exceptionally speedy.
immunotherapeutics

Immune system research: Vaccines and immunotherapeutics

Dr Babita Agrawal, Professor at the University of Alberta, discusses both the vital present and future roles of vaccines and immunotherapeutics in combatting COVID-19.
the Galapagos Islands

Science & conservation in the Galapagos Islands

Stephen J. Walsh & Carlos F. Mena explain the importance of protecting the Galapagos Islands through interdisciplinary science & sustainable conservation.
nuclear weapons on climate

Modelling Armageddon: The effects of nuclear weapons on climate

Owen B. Toon, Alan Robock & Richard P. Turco turn our thoughts towards modelling Armageddon in terms of the effects of nuclear weapons on climate.
late blight disease, genetic

Defeating late blight disease of potato in sub-Saharan Africa

Three academic experts, including Richard E. Goodman from the Food Allergy Research and Resource Program, shed light on defeating late blight disease of potato in sub-Saharan Africa, starting with a brief introduction to the crop in question.
microbial sampling

Viability of microbial sampling within impact lander craters in extraplanetary ice

Here, M. Danner & R. M. Winglee* describe the viability of microbial sampling within impact lander craters in extraplanetary ice, including the possibility of life beyond our planet.
learning through collaborative design, science

Science Education: Learning Through Collaborative Design-Professional Development

Sherry A. Southerland and Jennifer Schellinger tell us what we need to know about Learning Through Collaborative Design-Professional Development (LCD PD) in this special science education focus.
natural pest control, entomology

Natural pest control: Moving forward with biopesticides

Dr Joel R. Coats, Distinguished Professor of Entomology & Toxicology, explains biopesticides in the field of natural pest control.
epilepsy field

Driving the epilepsy field ahead with new research benchmarks

The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), drives the epilepsy field ahead with new research benchmarks, Vicky Whittemore, PhD, Program Director reveals.
brain cancer therapeutics

Brain cancer therapeutics: Overcoming the barriers

Sean E. Lawler PhD from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, sheds light on overcoming the barriers when it comes to brain cancer therapeutics.
research on human milk

Advancing research on human milk and infant nutrition

Dr Andrew Bremer, Paediatric Endocrinologist and Chief of the Pediatric Growth and Nutrition Branch at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) part of the U.S. National Institutes of Health, discusses NICHD-supported research on human milk and infant nutrition.
graduate medical education

Training translational & clinician scientists through graduate medical education

Robert Lembo, MD, Executive Director, Graduate Medical Education from the National Institutes of Health, turns the spotlight on training physician scientists and clinician investigators through the process of graduate medical education in the U.S.
psychiatric disorders

The changing perspective of psychedelic drugs with a history of abuse

Jason W. Loxterkamp and Pamela J. Lein from University of California, Davis, explore the therapeutic potential of psychedelic drugs in patients with psychiatric disorders.
be a teacher

What does it mean to be a teacher?

Professor of Mathematics Education Ilana Seidel Horn offers a compelling insight into how teachers individually navigate their field through pedagogical reasoning and responsibility.
Skylab

Searching for Skylab: America’s forgotten triumph in Space

Space Historian, Writer and Film Director, Dwight Steven-Boniecki tells the incredible story of Skylab, America’s forgotten triumph in space.
zero hunger

Post-COVID, a zero hunger Canada is within reach

Rachel Cheng, Communications Manager & Gisèle Yasmeen, Executive Director from Food Secure Canada, argue that post-COVID, a zero hunger Canada is within reach.
food security and nutrition

The links between forests, food security & nutrition

Terry Sunderland1,2 & Amy Ickowitz2 tell us about the links between forests, food security and nutrition.
social and behavioural sciences

Social and behavioural sciences to overcome daunting challenges

From public health and job creation to environmental sustainability and safer communities, the social and behavioural sciences empower people everywhere to find solutions, Dr Arthur Lupia & Jason Stoughton from the U.S. National Science Foundation explain.

Follow Open Access Government