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Science, innovation and technology officials from APEC member economies have identified twelve young scientists in the Asia-Pacific region whose cutting-edge research is leading the way in the fight against climate change.
John Wiley and Sons Inc. announced today that it has been selected by the Ecological Society of America (ESA) as its publishing partner for its distinguished portfolio of scholarly journals in ecology.
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., today announced a strong performance in Thomson Reuters® 2015 Journal Citation Reports (JCR) release.
In a survey of hospital medical physicians across the United States, women made nearly $15,000 less than their male counterparts, with a portion of this disparity explained by female doctors’ tendency to prioritize collegiality and control over personal time, rather than substantial pay
New Book by David Jackman Explores How A Values-led Business Can Be A Critical Brand Differentiator to Any Sectors
‘The Compliance Revolution: How Compliance Needs to Change to Survive’ highlights what businesses need to know about the role of compliance and the hidden process
'The Next Revolution in our Credit-Driven Economy: The Advent of Financial Technology' features easy to read analysis of global financial trends
Better matching between pack size and recommended dosages may help combat antibiotic resistance.
More children are being injured in trampoline accidents, despite continuing efforts to improve the equipment’s safety.
A new study points to the need for increased awareness of fertility preservation options for young patients with cancer.
A new Animal Conservation study shows that sports stadium lighting can alter patterns of bat species activity and feeding, which may in turn have cascading effects on other organisms and the ecosystem as a whole.
In a recent year-long study, 40% of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) experienced falls, with more than 75% of these falling multiple times.
The importance of having the right staff and skills is a pressing issue for many organisations in the battle to remain competitive. A recent report on Resourcing and Talent Planning found that half CEOs consider talent management a key priority for their organisation, whilst the UK government cited skills and human capital as an important factor in helping business drive economic growth.
As many companies grapple with the evolving landscape of talent and employment, three new books from Wiley explore some of the key questions facing businesses and HR teams: Which talent management strategies will add most value; how to capitalise on the flow of talent in and out of organisations; and how to guarantee staff effectiveness, even at the board level.
A new review published in the Cochrane Library, indicates that eradicating Helicobacter pylori bacterium— the main cause of stomach ulcers - with a short course of therapy comprising two commonly used medicines may help to reduce the risk of gastric cancer.
In MYTHS & MORTALS: Family Business Leadership and Succession Planning noted expert in the field of family business and next-generation leadership Andrew Keyt takes a close look at what causes some successors to soar, while others fail to step out of their predecessor’s shadow.
Overloaded and Underprepared: Strategies for Stronger Schools and Healthy, Successful Kids By Denise Pope, Maureen Brown and Sarah Miles
Reduce stress and improve academic success with this research-backed framework for change
The essential health behavior text, updated with the latest theories, research and issues
In a study of 2239 individuals with chronic widespread pain, the key feature of fibromyalgia, those who regularly consumed alcohol had lower levels of disability than those who never or rarely drank.
Both prescription and illegal drugs that are abused have been found in Canadian surface waters. New research shows that wastewater discharges flowing downstream have the potential to contaminate sources of drinking water with these drugs at relatively low concentrations.
In a new study that assessed the effects of total knee replacement in rheumatoid arthritis patients versus osteoarthritis patients, researchers found that the surgery is highly effective in reducing knee pain and also provides benefits in other subjective quality of life indices in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Improvements were not as great as those experienced by osteoarthritis patients, however.
New research provides mathematical evidence that Michelangelo used the Golden Ratio of 1.6 when painting The Creation of Adam on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.