This stellar series explores significant scientific breakthroughs that have contributed to our understanding of the world.
Publisher: Cavendish Square Publishing
This stellar series explores significant scientific breakthroughs that have contributed to our understanding of the world. This set examines carbon dating, cell theory, cloning, genetically modified crops, organ transplants, plate tectonics, quantum mechanics, and subatomic particles. Each book provides a closer look at the foundational theories underlying the discovery and contemporary applications that resulted from the discovery while profiling those who made the breakthrough as well as the scientists their work was based on. Photographs and easy-to-follow terms engage students and help them understand complex concepts in a compelling way. Students will come away understanding the lasting impact of these fascinating discoveries. Features include: A detailed look at how scientific understanding evolves over time. Biographical information about scientists who contributed to our understanding of varied scientific fields. Information on scientific institutions integral to the research and discovery of the breakthrough. The applications and critical reception of scientific discoveries. Promotes STEM learning, as well as language arts and history course objectives, with complex informational text.
Dr. Kathy Kitts, a former geology professor, served on the science team for the NASA Genesis Discovery Mission. Her latest short story collection Getting What You Need is now available on Amazon. Born and raised in the southwest, ...
Author: Amazing Stories
Publisher: The Experimenter Publishing Company, LLC
Category: Young Adult Fiction
Amazing Stories, the home of Jules Verne and H. G. Wells, publisher of the first stories of Ursula K. Leguin and Isaac Asimov, is back in print after an absence of more than a decade! This relaunch of the iconic first science fiction magazine is packed full of exciting science fiction, fantasy, and articles, all in a beautiful package featuring eye-catching illustrations and cartoons. The Amazing Stories Spring 2019 issue (the 616th issue since 1926) includes work by: • Darrell Schweitzer • Jack Clemons • R.S. Belcher • Marie Bilodeau • Kathy Kitts • Marc A. Criley • Matthew Timmins • Sean Grigsby • Rosemary Claire Smith • Paul Levinson • Tanya Karen Gough • Elsa M. Carruthers • Shirley Meier • Steve Fahnestalk • Veronica Scott Continuing a 93-year history - Amazing Stories returns as a print and digital publication!
So one spring they set out to explore as many of them as they could, gather samples, and devise, if possible, a unifying theory of ancient oracles. To reach Klaros, we drove through wooded hills and farmland near the Aegean coast to a ...
Author: Sy Montgomery
Publisher: Mariner Books
Sy Montgomery, New York Times best-selling author and recipient of numerous awards, edits this year's volume of the finest science and nature writing. New York Times best-selling author of How to Be a Good Creature, The Soul of an Octopus, The Good Good Pig, and more, Sy Montgomery, selects the year's top science and nature writing from writers who balance research with humanity, and, in the process, uncover riveting stories of discovery across the disciplines.
22nd International Conference, DS 2019, Split, Croatia, October 28–30, 2019, Proceedings Petra Kralj Novak, ... area of spring wheat in Finland: Uusimaa, Southwest Finland, South Ostrobothnia, Satakunta, Pirkanmaa and Häme (Fig. 1a).
Author: Petra Kralj Novak
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book constitutes the proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Discovery Science, DS 2019, held in Split, Coratia, in October 2019. The 21 full and 19 short papers presented together with 3 abstracts of invited talks in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 63 submissions. The scope of the conference includes the development and analysis of methods for discovering scientific knowledge, coming from machine learning, data mining, intelligent data analysis, big data analysis as well as their application in various scientific domains. The papers are organized in the following topical sections: Advanced Machine Learning; Applications; Data and Knowledge Representation; Feature Importance; Interpretable Machine Learning; Networks; Pattern Discovery; and Time Series.
... LLC, Suite 101,500 Huber Park Ct, Weldon Spring, MO 63304, USA 4 Kleo Pharmaceuticals, 25 Science Park, Ste 235, ... 6 Received: 24 November 2019; Accepted: 12 December 2019; Published: 14 December 2019 Abstract: There is interest ...
Author: Henry I. Mosberg
Advances in Peptide and Peptidomimetic Design Inspiring Basic Science and Drug Discovery is a book dedicated to Prof. Victor J. Hruby on the occasion of his 80th birthday. This book includes twenty contributions from authors representing diverse multidisciplinary fields of scientific expertise, and is focused on the extraordinary potential of peptides and peptidomimetics as a surging therapeutic modality and as tools for basic research and technology development.
Mean nRMSE for spring of pv data set, cf. with Table 3. ... 1–12 (2019). arXiv: 1907.10597 3. Schreiber, J., Sick, B.: Emerging relation network and task embedding for multitask regression problems. In: ICPR (2020) 4.
Author: Yuxiao Dong
Publisher: Springer Nature
The multi-volume set LNAI 12975 until 12979 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the European Conference on Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery in Databases, ECML PKDD 2021, which was held during September 13-17, 2021. The conference was originally planned to take place in Bilbao, Spain, but changed to an online event due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 210 full papers presented in these proceedings were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 869 submissions. The volumes are organized in topical sections as follows: Research Track: Part I: Online learning; reinforcement learning; time series, streams, and sequence models; transfer and multi-task learning; semi-supervised and few-shot learning; learning algorithms and applications. Part II: Generative models; algorithms and learning theory; graphs and networks; interpretation, explainability, transparency, safety. Part III: Generative models; search and optimization; supervised learning; text mining and natural language processing; image processing, computer vision and visual analytics. Applied Data Science Track: Part IV: Anomaly detection and malware; spatio-temporal data; e-commerce and finance; healthcare and medical applications (including Covid); mobility and transportation. Part V: Automating machine learning, optimization, and feature engineering; machine learning based simulations and knowledge discovery; recommender systems and behavior modeling; natural language processing; remote sensing, image and video processing; social media.
The same principles of ADME for small molecule drugs generally apply to peptide and protein drugs, however, there are some important differences. In this article, the application of pharmacokinetics in drug discovery and development and ...
The third edition of the Encyclopedia of Analytical Science is a definitive collection of articles covering the latest technologies in application areas such as medicine, environmental science, food science and geology. Meticulously organized, clearly written and fully interdisciplinary, the Encyclopedia of Analytical Science provides foundational knowledge across the scope of modern analytical chemistry, linking fundamental topics with the latest methodologies. Articles will cover three broad areas: analytical techniques (e.g., mass spectrometry, liquid chromatography, atomic spectrometry); areas of application (e.g., forensic, environmental and clinical); and analytes (e.g., arsenic, nucleic acids and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons), providing a one-stop resource for analytical scientists. Offers readers a one-stop resource with access to information across the entire scope of modern analytical science Presents articles split into three broad areas: analytical techniques, areas of application and and analytes, creating an ideal resource for students, researchers and professionals Provides concise and accessible information that is ideal for non-specialists and readers from undergraduate levels and higher
A great scene, a great epoch: the beginning of new surgery when the flowing of blood from amputations of the great ... It ran around his walls like a great roadway, connecting the last discoveries of his Science with the surgery of the ...
Author: Louis Stevenson
Musaicum Books presents to you a meticulously edited Christmas Classics collection. This ebook has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Content: The Gift of the Magi (O. Henry) The Holy Night (Selma Lagerlöf) A Merry Christmas & Other Christmas Stories (Louisa May Alcott) A Letter from Santa Claus (Mark Twain) Silent Night The Night After Christmas The Child Born at Bethlehem The Adoration of the Shepherds The Visit of the Wise Men As Joseph Was A-Walking The Tale of Peter Rabbit (Beatrix Potter) Where Love Is, God Is (Leo Tolstoy) The Three Kings (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow) A Christmas Carol (Samuel Taylor Coleridge) Life and Adventures of Santa Claus (L. Frank Baum) Christmas At Sea (Robert Louis Stevenson) The Savior Must Have Been A Docile Gentleman (Emily Dickinson) The Heavenly Christmas Tree (Fyodor Dostoevsky) The Little City of Hope (F. Marion Crawford) The First Christmas Of New England (Harriet Beecher Stowe) Christmas in the Olden Time (Walter Scott) Christmas In India (Rudyard Kipling) A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens) The Twelve Days of Christmas The Wonderful Wizard of OZ (L. Frank Baum) Ring Out, Wild Bells (Alfred Lord Tennyson) Little Lord Fauntleroy (Frances Hodgson Burnett) Black Beauty (Anna Sewell) The Christmas Child (Hesba Stretton) Granny's Wonderful Chair (Frances Browne) The Romance of a Christmas Card (Kate Douglas Wiggin) Wind in the Willows (Kenneth Grahame) The Wonderful Life - Story of the life and death of our Lord (Hesba Stretton) The Christmas Angel (A. Brown) Christmas at Thompson Hall (Anthony Trollope) Christmas Every Day (William Dean Howells) The Lost Word (Henry van Dyke) The Nutcracker and the Mouse King (E. T. A. Hoffmann) The Little Match Girl The Elves and the Shoemaker Mother Holle The Star Talers Snow-White…
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Spring 2019 Kareem Rosshandler, Abbas Ahsan, Abu Zayd, Yasien Mohamed, Kayla Renée Wheeler, Hussein Rashid, ... and ProQuest's Religion Database, Social Science Premium Collection, Social Science Database, Periodicals Archive Online ...
Author: Kareem Rosshandler, Abbas Ahsan, Abu Zayd
Publisher: International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT)
This issue begins with an editorial on humanistic education and Islam by the journal editor, Ovamir Anjum. It then features two research articles: Kareem Rosshandler’s “A Review of Contemporary Arabic Scholarship on the Use of Isrā’īliyyāt for Interpreting the Qur’an” is an important exploration of how modern Arabophone Muslim exegetes employ Israelite narratives in their commentaries. The second article, Abbas Ahsan’s “Quine’s Ontology and the Islamic Tradition,” is a meticulous philosophical treatment of a fundamental point: whether naturalist philosophy, particularly in its Quinean form, is commensurable with an absolutely transcendent notion of God as expressed in certain dominant theological traditions of Islam. A review essay on the second edition of Jonathan Brown's celebrated book Hadith: Muhammad's Legacy in the Medieval and Modern World precedes eight book reviews. Finally, in a refreshing and provocative essay, “Islam in English,” Oludamini Ogunnaike and Mohammed Rustom make a case for new vocabulary that could express, not merely describe, Islam in English.
S.L. Schreiber, Target-oriented and diversity-oriented organic synthesis in drug discovery, Science 287 (2000) 1964e1969.  W.R.J.D. Galloway, A. Isidro-Llobet, D.R. Spring, Diversity-oriented synthesis as a tool for the discovery of ...
Author: Andrea Trabocchi
Small Molecule Drug Discovery: Methods, Molecules and Applications presents the methods used to identify bioactive small molecules, synthetic strategies and techniques to produce novel chemical entities and small molecule libraries, chemoinformatics to characterize and enumerate chemical libraries, and screening methods, including biophysical techniques, virtual screening and phenotypic screening. The second part of the book gives an overview of privileged cyclic small molecules and major classes of natural product-derived small molecules, including carbohydrate-derived compounds, peptides and peptidomimetics, and alkaloid-inspired compounds. The last section comprises an exciting collection of selected case studies on drug discovery enabled by small molecules in the fields of cancer research, CNS diseases and infectious diseases. The discovery of novel molecular entities capable of specific interactions represents a significant challenge in early drug discovery. Small molecules are low molecular weight organic compounds that include natural products and metabolites, as well as drugs and other xenobiotics. When the biological target is well defined and understood, the rational design of small molecule ligands is possible. Alternatively, small molecule libraries are being used for unbiased assays for complex diseases where a target is unknown or multiple factors contribute to a disease pathology. Outlines modern concepts and synthetic strategies underlying the building of small molecules and their chemical libraries useful for drug discovery Provides modern biophysical methods to screening small molecule libraries, including high-throughput screening, small molecule microarrays, phenotypic screening and chemical genetics Presents the most advanced chemoinformatics tools to characterize the structural features of small molecule libraries in terms of chemical diversity and complexity, also including the application of virtual screening approaches Gives an overview of structural features and classification of natural product-derived small molecules, including carbohydrate derivatives, peptides and peptidomimetics, and alkaloid-inspired small molecules
The increasingly rigorous scientific approach to the study of plants led to the establishment of the first giardini dei ... Furthermore, in the Botanical Garden of Pisa, and similarly in other European cities, a fonderia was set up—a ...
Author: Lucia Tongiorgi Tomasi
Publisher: Yale University Press
This magnificent compendium is the fourth in a series of catalogues describing selections of rare books and other material in the Oak Spring Garden Library, a collection assembled by Mrs. Rachel “Bunny” Lambert Mellon. Herbaria describes sixty-three books and manuscripts about herbs and includes exquisite illustrations selected from the works themselves. Spanning the fourteenth to nineteenth centuries, and featuring works by Brunfels, Culpeper, Monardes, and Linnaeus, among others, this authoritative catalogue will prove fascinating to botanists, bibliophiles, garden historians, and herbalists alike.
This was to become Berlin's second scientific centre with a third one to spring up twenty years later at Dahlem. ... Here, too, Nernst and his family were to inherit, forty years later, the glamorous setting laid out for Frau von ...
Author: Kurt Mendelssohn
Publisher: Plunkett Lake Press
At the end of the 19th century, under the benevolent patronage of Kaiser Wilhelm II, Germany became home to new scientific and technological ideas. In German universities, innovators like Albert Einstein, Max Planck, Werner Heisenberg, Max Born, Erwin Schrödinger, Wolfgang Pauli and Walther Nernst revolutionized physics and chemistry with their theories of relativity, of the atomic structure and of the quanta. Walther Nernst, a founder of physical chemistry, received the Nobel prize in 1920 for his formulation of the third law of thermodynamics. He died in 1941 in Germany, disillusioned by Hitler’s destruction of German academic life. This biography of Walther Nernst, the author’s mentor, also provides an overview of German science and technology, from its stellar rise to its rapid fall when the Nazis came to power and the vast majority of German scientists went into exile to Britain (like the author), to the United States or elsewhere to continue the tradition and spirit of the scientific revolutions started in Germany’s institutions of higher learning. “A masterly description of the spectacular rise of German science and industry at the turn of the century and of life in Germany in the pre-1933 era.” — The Times (London) “Mendelssohn’s... fascinating book... is a study of the rise and fall of German science as well as a life of Walther Nernst... as he shows, the ‘mad fanaticism’ of the Nazis blinded them, and blinded them completely, to the enormous scientific potential they had inherited in the laboratories of Weimar Germany.” — Roger Williams, Encounter
(b) National Science Day is celebrated in India on 28 February each year to mark the discovery of the Raman effect by Indian ... carbonate ion concentration and saturation states of biologically important calcium carbonate minerals.
The positivist movement was undoubtedly justified and successful in pressing for the purification of science from tautologies and unwarranted implications, but the great discoveries resulting from this process cannot be credited to any ...
Author: Fraser Murison Smith
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Business & Economics
This book asks the question, how would economics look today and into the future if one started with a blank sheet of paper? Written mainly for a technical audience, yet accessible to the lay reader, Economics of a Crowded Planet addresses the ontology, epistemology and methodology of a future economics as if from outside the economy looking in. It presents a conceptual framework for a future economics drawing from systems science and hierarchy theory, integrating central concepts from present-day economics, so as to orient the field in a direction that can serve society’s future needs in practical ways. The exposition reveals a paradigm called ‘market planetarianism’: the idea that the power of markets may be used to steer the economy toward a desired long-term goal. Both a prescriptive doctrine and an economic methodology, it treats the economy and nature as instances of complex, evolutionary systems, demanding analytical tools quite unlike those of the 20th-century mainstream.
CASRAI (n.d.), Research Data Domain website, https://dictionary.casrai.org/Category:Research_Data_Domain (accessed 27 May 2019). Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (n.d.), BioRxiv: The Preprint Server for Biology website, www.biorxiv.org/ ...
Publisher: OECD Publishing
This report examines digitalisation’s effects on science, technology and innovation and the associated consequences for policy. In varied and far-reaching ways, digital technologies are changing how scientists work, collaborate and publish.
... Social Studies for all PreK to Grade 4 (sections 001 & 002) in spring 2018, fall 2018, and spring 2019 semesters. ... Students in this course conducted a key assessment that comprises a Community Paper, Discovery Trunk, Four Lesson ...
Author: Sprott, Katherine
Publisher: IGI Global
In order to promote effective learning, individuals must feel fully appreciated within their own unique identities (i.e., ethnicities, language differences, socioeconomic status, gender, religions). Culturally competent educators employ practices that acknowledge and build on cultural diversity and that identify students themselves as resources and honors assets possessed within the context of the school community. Designing Culturally Competent Programming for PK-20 Classrooms is a comprehensive research publication that explores strategies and best practices for designing culturally competent curricula and serves as a courier for stakeholders fostering inclusive and forward-thinking opportunities in PK-20 classrooms. Highlighting a wide range of topics such as ethics, leadership, and organizational development, this book is ideal for educators, administrators, academicians, curriculum developers, instructional designers, researchers, and students.
“US 116th Congress Sets New Record for Members with STEM Backgrounds. ... Skeptical Science. https://skepticalscience.com/docs/RCP _Guide.pdf. ... 2019. “Government: The View from Washington, DC.” The Discovery of Global Warming.
Author: David E. Newton
The Climate Change Debate: A Reference Handbook provides an in-depth look at climate change facts and statistics. It also discusses those that disagree with the scientific consensus. The Climate Change Debate: A Reference Handbook covers the topic of climate change from the earliest days of planet Earth to the present day. Chapters One and Two provide a historical background of climate change and a review of current problems, controversies, and solutions. The remainder of the book consists of chapters that aid readers in continuing their own research on the topic, such as an extended annotated bibliography, chronology, glossary, noteworthy individuals and organizations in the field, and important data and documents. The variety of resources provided, such as further reading, perspective essays about climate change, a historical timeline, and useful terms in the climate change discourse, differentiates this book from others in the field. The book is intended for readers of high school through the community college level, along with adult readers who may be interested in the topic. Provides readers with the basic factual information needed to understand climate change Outlines issues in the field of climate change about which there are differences of opinion among authorities in the field Offers suggestions for ways in which the effects of climate change on the environment and human society can be ameliorated Rounds out the author's expertise in perspective essays, giving readers a diversity of viewpoints on the topic
The discoveries of science have at once quickened our imagination and compelled us to admit that what we know is the merest ... When we put on the first over-coat in autumn, and when we give orders to let the furnace out in spring, ...
Author: Arnold Bennett
Category: Literary Collections
This carefully crafted ebook: "ARNOLD BENNETT Ultimate Collection" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Novels: A Man from the North The Grand Babylon Hotel Anna of the Five Towns Leonora A Great Man Teresa of Watling Street Sacred and Profane Love Hugo The Ghost- A Modern Fantasy The City of Pleasure: A Fantasia on Modern Themes Buried Alive The Old Wives' Tale Clayhanger Denry the Audacious Helen with the High Hand The Card Hilda Lessways The Plain Man and His Wife The Regent: A Five Towns Story of Adventure in London The Price of Love From the log of the Velsa These Twain The Pretty Lady The Roll-Call The Lion's Share Mr.Prohack Lilian Riceyman Steps Short Stories Collections: Tales of the Five Towns The Grim Smile of the Five Towns The Matador of the Five Towns The Loot of Cities Mr. Penfound's Two Burglars Midnight at the Grand Babylon The Police Station The Adventure of the Prima Donna The Episode in Room 222 Saturday to Monday A Dinner at the Louvre Plays: What the Public Wants The Honeymoon The Great Adventure The Title Judith Non-Fiction: Journalism For Women The Truth about an Author How to Become an Author The Reasonable Life Literary Taste: How to Form It How to Live on 24 Hours a Day The Feast of St. Friend: A Christmas Book Mental Efficiency Those United States Friendship and Happiness Paris Nights and Other Impressions of Places and People The Author's Craft Over There: War Scenes on the Western Front Books and Persons: Selections from The New Age 1908-1911 Self and Self-Management Things That Have Interested Me The Human Machine
Nucleic Acids Res 37:661–668 Purdy JG (2019) Pathways to understanding virus-host metabolism interactions. Curr Clin Microbiol Rep 6:34–43 Rabinowitz JD, Purdy JG, Vastag L et al (2011) Metabolomics in drug target discovery. Cold Spring ...
Author: Busi Siddhardha
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book provides essential insights into microbial pathogenesis, host-pathogen interactions, and the anti-microbial drug resistance of various human pathogens on the basis of various model organisms. The initial sections of the book introduce readers to the mechanisms of microbial pathogenesis, host-pathogen interactions, anti-microbial drug resistance, and the dynamics of biofilm formation. Due to the emergence of various microbial resistant strains, it is especially important to understand the prognosis for microbial infections, disease progression profiles, and mechanisms of resistance to antibiotic therapy in order to develop novel therapeutic strategies. In turn, the second part of the book presents a comparative analysis of various animal models to help readers understand microbial pathogenesis, host-pathogen interactions, anti-microbial drug discovery, anti-biofilm therapeutics, and treatment regimes. Given its scope, the book represents a valuable asset for microbiologists, biotechnologists, medical professionals, drug development researchers, and pharmacologists alike.