Recently, Elsevier has announced journal access to 60 German institutes. The individual subscription of many German scientists and researchers were cancelled by the publishing house by end of 2016. However, such a step by the Elsevier would promote German research and also meet its vision of global dissemination of the innovative research knowledge.
The Lancet Countdown’s recent assessment indicates a dire future for global health due to climate change. A 4.7-fold increase in annual heat-related deaths is projected by 2050, with nearly five times more fatalities from extreme heat. Additionally, escalating carbon emissions pose threats such as widespread droughts, expanded mosquito-borne diseases, and strained health systems. The study […]
A recent study by Tsinghua University and the Central University of Finance and Economics in China sheds light on the growing addiction to milk tea, a popular beverage in Asia. Surveying 5,281 college students, the research revealed that milk tea addiction is real and associated with mental health issues, notably depression and anxiety. The study […]
Candace Thille, an assistant professor of education at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education has quit Stanford University and will be working for Amazon the leading e-commerce Company, as the company’s Director of Learning Science and Engineering. She would be assisting the Global Learning Development Team to provide advanced training to its workers and shaping […]