Materials Science 102 Drug Safety Evaluation 3rd Edition Shayne Cox Gad • This practical guide presents a road map for safety assessment as an integral part of the development of new drugs and therapeutics. Helps readers solve scientific, technical, and regulatory issues in preclinical safety assessment and early clinical drug development • Explains scientific and philosophical bases for evaluation of specific concerns - including local tissue tolerance, target organ toxicity and carcinogenicity, developmental toxicity, immunogenicity, and immunotoxicity • Covers the development of new small and large molecules, generics, 505(b)(2) route NDAs, and biosimilars • Revises material to reflect new drug products (small synthetic, large proteins and cells, and tissues), harmonized global and national regulations, and new technologies for safety evaluation • Adds almost 20% new and thoroughly updates existing content from the last edition Series: Pharmaceutical Development Series Print ISBN: 978-1-119-09739-6 | CL | €315.00 | DEC 2016 | 963PP Previous Edition: 978-0-470-25316-8 e Biotechnology Tissue Engineering for Artificial Organs Regenerative Medicine, Smart Diagnostics and Personalized Medicine Anwarul Hasan • Important: field of tissue engineering is rapidly progressing in the last years • Up-to-date: summarizes state-of-the-art and most recent achievements in this exciting research field • Mimicking Nature: present biotechnical approaches to fabricate artificial organs and tissues • Broad readership: from entrants to the field in biomedical engineering to senior researchers and developers in industry Print ISBN: 978-3-527-33863-4 | CL | €279.00 | FEB 2017 | 425PP The Glass of Wine James F. Shackelford & Penelope L. Shackelford • First book to focus on the role of glass as a material of central importance to the wine industry • Written by a glass scientist at the UCSD, which is also home to the premier viticulture and enology program in North America • Converges fields of glass (a $75 billion industry) and wine (nearly a $300 billion industry) with technical expertise • Caters to scientists, engineers and wine enthusiasts with historical importance in modern wine-making • Visually appealing with numerous, high-quality photographs fully illustrating the wide spectrum of bottles, carafes, decanters, and drinking glasses The Glass of Wine Print ISBN: 978-1-119-22343-6 | CL | €85.90 | Feb 2017 | 250PP About the Authors James F. Shackelford has BS and MS degrees in Ceramic Engineering from the University of Washington and a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley. Following a postdoctoral fellowship at McMaster University in Canada, he joined the University of California, Davis, where he is currently Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science. A member of the American Ceramic Society and ASM International, he was named a Fellow of the American Ceramic Society in 1992, was named a Fellow of ASM International in 2011, and received the Outstanding Educator Award of the American Ceramic Society in 1996. In 2003, he received a Distinguished Teaching Award from the Academic Senate of the University of California, Davis. In 2012, he received the Outstanding Teaching Award of the College of Engineering at UC Davis. He has published well over 100 archived papers and books including Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers now in its 8th Edition and which has been translated into Chinese, German, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, and Spanish. A Japanese translation is in preparation. Penelope L. Shackelford has a BA degree in English and Philosophy from Loyola Marymount University and an MA degree in Arts and Consciousness from the John F. Kennedy University. After careers as a teacher and an art gallery owner, she became a journalist, a role in which she has served as an arts writer for the Davis Enterprise, Artweek, and a variety of national arts publications. She served as Associate Editor for Arts for the journal Multicultural Education. In addition, she has written about wine making in California, Washington, and New Mexico. She has traveled with James extensively exploring major winemaking regions domestically and around the world. She chronicles these travels in her blog: Travels with Penelope.
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