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Rutting stags and clawing bears are but two examples of male animals fighting over a mate, but research in New Phytologist has uncovered the first evidence of similar male struggles leading to the evolution of weaponry in plants.
Interviews with leading experts who are involved in the reform and disruption of the retail financial services industry to reveal the new core competencies that make business tick
New research in Clinical Cardiology studies the relationship between neck circumference, metabolic syndrome and subclinical atherosclerosis in retired National Football League Players. 1023 retired NFL players voluntarily participated in health screening exams conducted between September 2007 and November 2009.
Poisons are silent, effective and cheap, making the especially dangerous in Africa where they are used for both pest control and illegal poaching. However, as a new study in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences reveals, they also kill un-intended wildlife
The Collaborative Sale guides sales professionals toward alignment with buyers, by helping them overcome their problems and challenges, and creating value. From building a robust opportunity pipeline and predicting future revenues to mastering the nuances of buyer conversations, the book contains the information sales professionals need to remain relevant in today's sales environment.
New research from The Netherlands shows that people who smoke high-potency cannabis end up getting higher doses of the active ingredient (THC). Although they reduce the amount they puff and inhale to compensate for the higher strength, they still take in more THC than smokers of lower potency cannabis.
If you’re tired of being stressed out and overworked, Andy Core has some advice that will help you take back your to-do list and become the CEO of your life. He offers a few tips on how to stop struggling and start thriving.
Until now, little research has been done to explore the professional and personal habits of Registered Nurses (RN) on social networking sites. In a study done in the Journal of Advanced Nursing, nurses from Italy and the UK had their social media patterns analyzed. Findings show that Registered Nurses may be using social networking sites in ways that challenge the ethical boundaries of the profession.
New research in Geophysical Research Letters analyses earthquake swarms caused by mounting volcanic pressure which may signal an eminent eruption.
A new evolutionary theory in BioEssays claims that consuming a diet very low in nutrients can extend lifespan in laboratory animals, a finding which could hold clues to promoting healthier ageing in humans.
New research in the Journal of Management Studies investigates these under-studied groups, using Australian bushfires to discover the role these local ventures
New research in Political Studies argues that the self-deception of politicians, who in turn mislead the public, may be a more common factor in political life than we realize.
In The Retargeting Playbook: How to Turn Web-Window Shoppers into Customers, industry thought leaders Adam Berke, Greg Fulton, and Lauren Vaccarello discuss how retargeting (or remarketing as it is sometimes called) can be used to increase conversions and win customers that would have otherwise been lost.
As technology becomes more prevalent in everyday products and as more people become small business owners, nonmarketing professionals are increasingly finding themselves in traditional marketing roles. The Accidental Marketer: Power Tools for People Who Find Themselves in Marketing Roles is a practical guide for any professional looking to develop effective marketing strategy when they haven’t done it before.
As Jeremy Eden and Terri Long reveal in Low-Hanging Fruit, that one big idea of yours will never boost your company’s earnings as much as the thousands of small ideas that could bubble up from your employees if you coax them out and act on them.
New research reveals that 57% of liver transplant centers use living donor evaluation consent forms that include all the elements required by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and 78% of centers addressed two-third or more of the items recommended by the Organ Procurement and Transplant Network (OPTN). The study published in Liver Transplantation, a journal of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases and the International Liver Transplantation Society, reviewed the living donor evaluation consent forms from 26 of the 37 transplant centers that evaluate living liver donors in the U.S.
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., has reaffirmed its commitment to defending and promoting ethical publishing with the launch of its Best Practice Guidelines on Publishing Ethics: A Publisher’s Perspective, 2ed. Wiley was the first major publisher to produce such guidelines in 2006, and the newly revised and updated edition sets a new benchmark for the highest standards of ethical publishing, offering clear and practical guidance to journal editors and society partners.
The making of the short film, 'Pranks', as featured in the Craft of the Cut: The Final Cut Pro X Editor's Handbookhttp://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-1119961521.html
A patient with a rare metabolic disease that causes liver failure and autistic behavior experienced significant improvements in both her physical and mental health after receiving a liver transplant, according to a new case report published in the American Journal of Transplantation. The report’s findings suggest an unexpected link between metabolic conditions and some forms of autism, and they point to the importance of a healthy liver for normal brain function.
John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (NYSE: JWa and JWb), a global provider of knowledge and knowledge-enabled services that improve outcomes in research, professional practice, and education, today announced the results for the third quarter of fiscal year 2014, ending January 31, 2014.