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Steve Smith, Wiley President and CEO, Addresses the Impact of First Sale on Illegal Importation and Digital Commerce at Today’s House Judiciary Subcommittee Hearing
Stephen Smith, President and CEO of Wiley, testified on behalf of his organization at today’s House Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet field hearing on “The First Sale Doctrine Under Title 17."
Linzi Boyd, a savvy entrepreneurial builder of brands, shows readers her winning formula to help them to build, renovate or refresh their brand.
Research in Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics suggests that treating the bacteria Helicobacter pylori is linked to weight gain.
New Phytologist has found that a Chinese species of herb uses its grey leaves to blend into its mountainside surroundings.
Research in Geophysical Research Letters explores permafrost growth at Twelvemile Lake in north central Alaska.
The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology reviews the development of HIV topical microbicides, their limited successes, their failures, and what has been learned
New research reveals that bilingualism has a positive effect on cognition later in life. Findings published in Annals of Neurology, a journal of the American Neurological Association and Child Neurology Society, show that individuals who speak two or more languages, even those who acquired the second language in adulthood, may slow down cognitive decline from aging.
The Journal of Traumatic Stress explores the long-term psychological impact for survivors of campus shootings
Circumcision is performed for various reasons, including those that are based on religion, aesthetics, or health. New research indicates that the procedure may help prevent prostate cancer in some men. The findings, which are published in BJU International, add to a growing list of advantages to circumcision.
Researchers Offer Strategies to Address Major Geographic Disparities in Access to Kidney Transplantation in the United States
There is substantial geographic variation in access to kidney transplantation among the more than 4000 US dialysis facilities that treat patients with kidney failure, with a disproportionate lack of access to those in the Southeast.
In The Road to Reinvention, Linkner shows how companies such as Borders, Kmart, Birch Box, and Nest Labs either reinvented before they had to (the key) or faced serious problems when they did not.
Although June 5, 2014, will mark the 10th anniversary of President Ronald Reagan’s death, his legacy of being a great leader still resonates. Now, a new book by Dan Quiggle examines the tactics, habits, and principles that made Reagan so effective—and reveals a new leadership template that is applicable throughout all industries and professions.
A new analysis has found that certain cancers are more concentrated in areas with high poverty, while other cancers arise more often in wealthy regions.
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry reports on scientists attempts to detect doping drug Xenon
Healthcare professionals must be aware of the signs, symptoms and appropriate response to rarer causes of headaches in pregnancy, suggests new review
Most headaches in pregnancy and the postnatal period are benign, but healthcare professionals must be alert to the rarer and more severe causes of headaches, suggests a new review published today (23 May) in The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG).
Travel through a career journey at Wiley’s booth (#1729) and learn about the products and services that make Wiley a leader in professional development
The American Geophysical Union (AGU) today announced that John Orcutt, a distinguished professor of Geophysics at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and former president of AGU, will serve as the inaugural editor of its newest open access, peer-reviewed journal, Earth and Space Science. The journal will begin accepting papers in late summer 2014, and the first articles will be available in late fall 2014.
Comprehensive guide helps readers master the latest Security+ certification exam from CompTIA
The therapeutic potential of medical marijuana and pure cannabidiol (CBD), an active substance in the cannabis plant, for neurologic conditions is highly debated. A series of articles published in Epilepsia, a journal of the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE), examine the potential use of medical marijuana and CBD in treating severe forms of epilepsy such as Dravet syndrome.