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A Physicist's View of Matter and Mind

by CHANDRE DHARMA-WARDANA

This is a highly interdisciplinary book straddling physics and complex systems such as living organisms. The presentation is from the perspective of physics, in a manner accessible to those interested in scientific...


Brains Top Down: Is Top-Down Causation Challenging Neuroscience?

by MARC JEANNEROD & IVAN COLAGE

Written by an international team of leading experts in neuroscience, this book presents an overview of some of the main schools of thought as well as current research trends in neuroscience. It focuses on neural...


Electrochemistry for Biomedical Researchers

by Richie L C Chen

This book is a brief introductory text of the fundamental electrochemistry that is essential for important biomedical areas including electrophysiology, biosensors and even gene technology. The book targets...


Microfluidic Technologies for Human Health

by JEFFREY BLANDER & Robert Langer

The field of microfluidics has in the last decade permeated many disciplines, from physics to biology and chemistry, and from bioengineering to medical research. One of the most important applications of lab-on-a-chip...


Introduction to Dynamic Spin Chemistry: Magnetic Field Effects on Chemical and Biochemical Reactions

by Hisaharu Hayashi

This book presents a detailed account of one of the most mysterious problems in science — whether ordinary magnetic fields can exert an appreciable influence on chemical and biochemical reactions. The first...


A Thinking Approach to Physiology

by Ian N Sabir & Juliet A Usher-Smith

Whereas other fields continue to become more complex and specialized, physiology happily remains an area that can still be understood by thinking from first principles. However, given the increasing quantity...


Textbook of Structural Biology

by Anders Liljas & Lars Liljas

This is an important textbook for undergraduate and graduate students in structural biology, chemistry, biochemistry, biology and medicine. Written by a team of leading scientists in the field, it covers all...


Chemical Thermodynamics: With Examples for Nonequilibrium Processes

by Byung Chan Eu & Mazen Al-Ghoul

Thermodynamics is an ever evolving subject. This book aims to introduce to advanced undergraduate students and graduate students the fundamental ideas and notions of the first and second laws of thermodynamics...


The Enigma of Ferment: From the Philosopher's Stone to the First Biochemical Nobel Prize

by ULF LAGERKVIST

This popular account of the history of ferment takes the reader on a fascinating journey from its obscure origins in medieval medicine and alchemy to the modern concept of the enzyme. During the 19th century,...


Life Script: How the Human Genome Discoveries Will Transform Medicine and Enhance Your Health

by Nicholas Wade

With the decoding of the human genome, researchers can now read the script in which evolution has written the program for the design and operation of the human body. A new generation of medical treatments is...


Modern Physics: An Introductory Text

by eremy I Pfeffer & Shlomo Nir

This second edition of the successful textbook, Modern Physics: An Introductory Text, preserves the unique blend of readability, scientific rigour and authenticity that made its predecessor so indispensible...


Erythrocytes: Physiology and Pathophysiology

by Florian Lang & Michael Föller

The book covers the functional significance and properties of erythrocytes, their generation, senescence, and suicidal death. It further summarizes knowledge about hormones influencing erythrocyte formation...


The Malaria Genome Projects: Promise, Progress, and Prospects

by Irwin W Sherman

The year 2012 marks the tenth anniversary of the announcement of the genome sequence of the human malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum and that of its mosquito vector Anopheles. The genome sequences were a...


Synthetic Biology - A Primer

by Edwin Thomas

Synthetic Biology — A Primer gives a broad overview of the emerging field of synthetic biology and the foundational concepts on which it is built. It will be of interest to final year undergraduates, postgraduates...


Flexoelectricity in Liquid Crystals: Theory, Experiments and Applications

by Ágnes Buka & Nándor Éber

The book intends to give a state-of-the-art overview of flexoelectricity, a linear physical coupling between mechanical (orientational) deformations and electric polarization, which is specific to systems with...


The Silwood Circle: A History of Ecology and the Making of Scientific Careers in Late Twentieth-Century Britain

by HANNAH GAY

This is an original and wide-ranging account of the careers of a close-knit group of highly influential ecologists working in Britain from the late 1960s onwards. The book can also be read as a history of some...


Estrogen Action, Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators and Women's Health: Progress and Promise

by V CRAIG JORDAN

This volume presents the evolution of the authors' ideas about estrogen action and its modulation by a new group of drugs called SERMs (Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators). The pioneering SERMs — tamoxifen...


Computational Modeling of Gene Regulatory Networks - A Primer

by Hamid Bolouri

This book serves as an introduction to the myriad computational approaches to gene regulatory modeling and analysis, and is written specifically with experimental biologists in mind. Mathematical jargon is avoided...


Time, Space, Stars and Man: The Story of the Big Bang

by MICHAEL MARK WOOLFSON

Most well-read, but non-scientific, people will have heard of the term “Big Bang” as a description of the origin of the Universe. They will recognize that DNA identifies individuals and will know that the...


Genetic Privacy: An Evaluation of the Ethical and Legal Landscape

by CALVIN WAI-LOON HO & TERRY SHEUNG-HUNG KAAN

Privacy is an unwieldy concept that has eluded an essentialised definition despite its centrality and importance in the body of bioethics. The compilation presented in this volume represents continuing discussions...