A new and comprehensive examination of the history of the modern physical and mathematical sciences.
16 ( 1887–1961 ) had published an influential work , What Is Life ?, in which he suggested that the new physics of ... but he argued that the new science of macromolecular chemistry was the key to understanding biological phenomena .
Author: David C. Lindberg
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
CONTENTS: Editorial. Summer School "Cibo: la vita condivisa", Paola Fossati - The Philosophical Origins of Vegetarianism: Greek Philosophers and Animal World, Letterio Mauro - God, the Bible and the Environment: an Historical Excursus on the Relationship between Christian Religion and Ecology, Marco Damonte - Respect for Intergrity: How Christian Animal Ethics Could Inform EU Legislation on Farm Animals, Alma Massaro - Philosophy of Nutrition: a Historical, Existential, Phenomenological Perspective, Enrico R.A. Calogero Giannetto - Livestock Production to Feed the Planet. Animal Protein: a Forecast of Global Demand over the Next Years, Antonella Baldi & Davide Gottardo - Skeptics and "The White Stuff": Promotion of Cows' Milk and Other Nonhuman Animal Products in the SkepticCommunity as Normative Whiteness, Corey Lee Wrenn - Donovan O. Schaefer, Religious Affects: Animality, Evolution, and Power (2015). Review, Eleonora Adorni
We will only report some key lessons from empirical studies in the field, showing a multiplicity of views. For Leo Coutellec, “RRI does not require the introduction of new departments within existing scientific institutions”, ...
Author: AA. VV.
Publisher: LED Edizioni Universitarie
For this end I must key to unlock the secrets of social life , of moral life , of have dialectics . The object has vanished from before Connected physical life , and seeing , likewise , the pains which their the eyes and mind of ...
Author: Edward Smedley
Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries
The science of the seventeenth century was based on a new method of inquiry, advocated forcefully by Francis Bacon, which involved the mathematical description of nature and the analytic method of reasoning conceived by the genius of ...
Author: Peter R. Farley
Frontiers in Natural Product Chemistry is a book series devoted to publishing monographs that highlight important advances in natural product chemistry. The series covers all aspects of research in the chemistry and biochemistry of naturally occurring compounds, including research on natural substances derived from plants, microbes and animals. Reviews of structure elucidation, biological activity, organic and experimental synthesis of natural products as well as developments of new methods are also included in the series. The sixth volume of the series brings seven reviews covering these topics: -Inhibition of monoamine oxidase (MAO) via green tea extracts -Sesquiterpene lactone cynaropicrin as novel inhibitor of Bcr-Abl fusion oncogene expression -Effects of dietary polyphenols on chronic diseases -Overview of past and present developments towards biotechnological and molecular approaches to improve taxol production -Cytotoxicity through molecular targets involved in apoptosis -Health related enzyme inhibiting natural products from medicinal plants
... Chun-Tao He1, Bilal Ahmad Asad2 and Zhong-Yi Yang1,* 1State Key Laboratory for Biocontrol, School of Life Sciences, Sun Yat-Sen University, Xingang Xi Road 135, Guangzhou, 510275, China 2 State Key Laboratory for Biology of Plant ...
Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers
Frontiers in Clinical Drug Research – Anti infectives is a book series that brings updated reviews to readers interested in learning about advances in the development of pharmaceutical agents for the treatment of infectious diseases. The scope of the book series covers a range of topics including the chemistry, pharmacology, molecular biology and biochemistry of natural and synthetic drugs employed in the treatment of infectious diseases. Reviews in this series also include research on multi drug resistance and pre-clinical / clinical findings on novel antibiotics, vaccines, antifungal agents and antitubercular agents.Frontiers in Clinical Drug Research – Anti infectives is a valuable resource for pharmaceutical scientists and postgraduate students seeking updated and critically important information for developing clinical trials and devising research plans in the field of anti infective drug discovery and epidemiology. The fifth volume of this series features six reviews: - Integrated Approaches for Marine Actinomycete Biodiscovery - Therapeutic Use of Commensal Microbes: Fecal/Gut Microbiota Transplantation - Alternative Approaches to Antimicrobials - Nanoantibiotics: Recent Developments and Future - Cranberry Juice and Other Functional Foods in Urinary Tract Infections in Women: A Review of Actual Evidence and Main Challenges - Targeting Magnesium Homeostasis as Potential Anti-Infective Strategy Against Mycobacteria
... Muhammad Ayaz5, Amjad Khalil6 and Irshad Ahmad6,* 1 CAS Center for Excellence in Nanoscience, CAS Key Laboratory for ... Pakistan 6 Department of Life Sciences, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM), Dhahran31261, ...
Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers
security crimes (such as illegal evangelization, drug trafficking, women and children, goods fake, counterfeit money, in order to cause political instability, especially in strategic and key areas, therefore ideological and political ...
Author: JOMENAS Press
Over the past several decades major advances in accelerators have resulted from breakthroughs in accelerator science and accelerator technology. After the introduction of a new accelerator physics concept or the implementation of a new technology, a leap in accelerator performance followed. A well-known representation of these advances is the Livingston chart, which shows an exponential growth of accelerator performance over the last seven or eight decades. One of the breakthrough accelerator technologies that support this exponential growth is superconducting technology. Recognizing this major technological advance, we dedicate Volume 5 of Reviews of Accelerator Science and Technology (RAST) to superconducting technology and its applications. Two major applications are superconducting magnets (SC magnets) and superconducting radio-frequency (SRF) cavities. SC magnets provide much higher magnetic field than their room-temperature counterparts, thus allowing accelerators to reach higher energies with comparable size as well as much reduced power consumption. SRF technology allows field energy storage for continuous wave applications and energy recovery, in addition to the advantage of tremendous power savings and better particle beam quality. In this volume, we describe both technologies and their applications. We also include discussion of the associated R&D in superconducting materials and the future prospects for these technologies. Contents:Overview of Superconductivity and Challenges in Applications (Rene Flükiger)Superconducting Materials and Conductors: Fabrication and Limiting Parameters (Luca Bottura and Arno Godeke)Superconducting Magnets for Particle Accelerators (Lucio Rossi and Luca Bottura)Superconducting Magnets for Particle Detectors and Fusion Devices (Akira Yamamoto and Thomas Taylor)Superconducting Radio-Frequency Fundamentals for Particle Accelerators (Alex Gurevich)Superconducting Radio-Frequency Systems for High-β Particle Accelerators (Sergey Belomestnykh)Superconducting Radio-Frequency Cavities for Low-Beta Particle Accelerators (Michael Kelly)Cryogenic Technology for Superconducting Accelerators (Kenji Hosoyama)Superconductivity in Medicine (Jose R Alonso and Timothy A Antaya)Industrialization of Superconducting RF Accelerator Technology (Michael Peiniger, Michael Pekeler and Hanspeter Vogel)Superconducting Radio-Frequency Technology R&D for Future Accelerator Applications (Charles E Reece and Gianluigi Ciovati)Educating and Training Accelerator Scientists and Technologists for Tomorrow (William Barletta, Swapan Chattopadhyay and Andrei Seryi)Pursuit of Accelerator Projects at KEK in Japan (Yoshitaka Kimura and Nobukazu Toge) Readership: Physicists and engineers in accelerator science and industry. Keywords:Particle Accelerators;Superconducting;Superconducting Materials;Superconducting TechnologyReviews: “This latest volume looks at the role of superconductivity in particle accelerators and how this intriguing phenomenon has been harnessed in the pursuit of ever-increasing beam energy or intensity. It also considers the application of superconducting technology beyond the realm of accelerators, for example in medical scanners and fusion devices. As well as containing much technical detail it is also full of fascinating facts.” CERN Courier
... the protection diode and the coil quench heaters, will probably be a source of concern during all of the LHC life. ... The key elements of this conversion are the circuit transfer functions, based on measured field quality data that ...
Author: Alexander W Chao
Publisher: World Scientific
citizens' participation in public life, enhancing well-being at individual and community level, ... highly relevant for policy making in the field of culture at EU level and for the key themes of European cultural cooperation.
Author: Emanuela Macri
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand