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Reaxys Jun 18
Applying for the Reaxys RSEQ Early Career Researcher Spain Awards 2019? Join the Webinar on 26 June for tips & tricks on writing the application essay:
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ScienceDirect Jun 19
Almost 20 years ago, an idea for a new, different way of publishing was shared within the research community. Today, open access – in all its shapes and forms – is a standard option for authors across the globe and across all the journals we publish.
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ScienceDirect Jun 19
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ScienceDirect Jun 18
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ScienceDirect Jun 18
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ScienceDirect Jun 18
Writing a article is an opportunity to share your views on the most recent trends in the area. upcoming webinar on Jun 27, 1pm (UTC) will offer editors' guide on how to write and leverage it. Register free here:
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ScienceDirect Jun 17
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ScienceDirect Jun 17
Internet and social media addictions continue to grow as our dependence on technology increases. Results show that life satisfaction has significant effects on both generalized Internet addiction and the specific addiction to social media.
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ScienceDirect Jun 16
Read the following article and discover how technology is helping to tackle orphan diseases.
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ScienceDirect Jun 15
The following study concludes that obesity adversely affects cardiac function independent of obesity-related comorbidities. In addition, weight reduction significantly increases the systolic and diastolic function of both ventricles. Read more:
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ScienceDirect Jun 14
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ScienceDirect Jun 13
It is a common belief that people feel more depressed when the weather is bad. However, whether meteorological factors can actually account for variations in the prevalence of depression in the general population has yet to be investigated. Read more -
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Reaxys Jun 11
Applying for the Reaxys RSEQ Early Career Researcher Spain Awards 2019? Find out how to request temporary access to :
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ScienceDirect Jun 12
“Coding is going to become the new English”: Molecular biologist Tim Treis at Heidelberg University talks about using technology to manage information and organize his research.
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ScienceDirect Jun 11
Is celebrity endorsement in B2B ads effective? Images of people are often featured in business-to-business print advertisements. In some cases, person images in B2B ads may be perceived as having little or no pragmatic purpose in promoting the brand.
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ScienceDirect Jun 10
Get the newest early-stage research delivered to your inbox with curated alerts! Check out the newest research networks - Earth Science and Space & Planetary Science today!
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ScienceDirect Jun 10
The primary objective of this paper is the structural analysis of source-receptor air pollution problems in the EU region. Two views are provided for the analysis: an emission-driven view and a deposition-driven view. Read more -
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ScienceDirect Jun 9
More than one out of five students report being bullied at school. Findings reveal that adolescents who associated with delinquent peers are more likely to be bullies or victims. Read more -
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