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    Rethinking Our World and Creating a Different Future
    by Philipp Kristian Diekhöner
    Cyber Security and Supply Chain Management
    Cyber Security and Supply Chain Management

    Risks, Challenges, and Solutions
    edited by Steven Carnovale & Sengun Yeniyurt
    Biochemical Sensors
    Biochemical Sensors

    (In 2 Volumes)
    edited by Huangxian Ju & Jinghong Li
    Chromatographic and Related Separation Techniques in Food Integrity and Authenticity
    Chromatographic and Related Separation Techniques in Food Integrity and Authenticity

    (In 2 Volumes)
    edited by Oscar Núñez & Guillem Campmajó
    The Asian Monetary Policy Forum
    The Asian Monetary Policy Forum

    Insights for Central Banking
    edited by Steven J Davis, Edward S Robinson & Bernard Yeung
    Headland-Bay Beaches
    Headland-Bay Beaches

    Static Equilibrium Concept for Shoreline Management
    by John R C Hsu, Jung L Lee, Antonio H F Klein, Mauricio González & Raúl Medina
    Electricity: Humanity's Low-carbon Future
    Electricity: Humanity's Low-carbon Future

    Safeguarding Our Ecological Niche
    by Hans B (Teddy) Püttgen & Yves Bamberger
    Brain Fever
    Brain Fever

    How Vaccines Prevent Meningitis and Other Killer Diseases
    by Richard Moxon
    Black Holes, Cosmology and Extra Dimensions
    Black Holes, Cosmology and Extra Dimensions

    2nd Edition
    by Kirill A Bronnikov & Sergey G Rubin
    Classical Mechanics
    Classical Mechanics

    Lecture Notes
    by Helmut Haberzettl
    Understanding Gravity
    Understanding Gravity

    The Generation Model Approach
    by Brian Albert Robson
    Deep Learning for Physics Research
    Deep Learning for Physics Research

    by Martin Erdmann, Jonas Glombitza, Gregor Kasieczka & Uwe Klemradt
    Religion and Identity Politics
    Religion and Identity Politics

    Global Trends and Local Realities
    edited by Mathews Mathew & Melvin Tay
    The Ninth Revolution
    The Ninth Revolution

    Transforming Food Systems for Good
    by Sayed Nader Azam-Ali
    Crossroads of Family Businesses in China
    Crossroads of Family Businesses in China

    Succession and Transformation
    by Jean Lee & Yan Anthea Zhang, Translated by: Jun He

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  • The Planetary Atom


    The Planetary Atom
    A Fictional Account of George Adolphus Schott the Forgotten Physicist
    by Jean-Patrick Connerade, Chaunes

    "I read The Planetary Atom with great interest. Of course, we are all aware of the major contributions made by legendary researchers such as Ernest Rutherford, who first set up the model known as 'the planetary atom'. But I knew nothing of the much more discrete figure of George Adolphus Schott. I was impressed, on reading this book, to discover the significance and conceptual depth of his work."

    Claude Cohen-Tannoudji
    Nobel Laureate in Physics
    Collège de France, Paris

    The Periodic Table


    The Periodic Table
    Past, Present, and Future
    by Geoff Rayner-Canham

    "Many questions are dealt with in a clearly written way in this stimulating and innovative book. The reader will quickly become interested in the subject and will be taken on tour through this Periodic Table in a very readable way, both for students and teachers … The number of illustrations is good, and clear. This book is indeed unique and quite thought-provoking … This book is highly recommended for students, teachers, researchers and not only chemists! Geologists, biochemist and also physicists will find it very interesting to read." [Read Full Review]

    Chemistry International

    Has Asia Lost It


    Has Asia Lost It?
    Dynamic Past, Turbulent Future
    by Vasuki Shastry

    "Shastry's polemic cites extensive research from experts and exploits the author's knowledge of Asia and his connections to the region's elite, with whom he rubs shoulders at Davos and other summits. What shows through in the book though is Shastry's compassion for the continent's ordinary people."

    IMF F&D Magazine

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Featured Special Issues

  • IJAC Special issue: papers from the conference “Semigroups and Groups, Automata, Logics” SandGAL 2019

    Guest Editors: Achille Frigeri, Victoria Gould, Patrizia Longobardi and Emanuele Rodaro

    The conference “Semigroups and Groups, Automata, Logics”, known as SandGAL2019, successfully brought together experts from different areas of algebra, logic, theoretical computer science and combinatorics in which semigroup and group theory play an important role and interact with these disciplines in an interesting way. This edition of the International Journal of Algebra and Computation is devoted to publishing papers from that meeting.

    SRL Special Issue: Molecular Interactions on Two-Dimensional Materials

    Guest Editors: Andrew Wee, Kostya S. Novoselov and Arramel

    This special issue addresses the fundamental and applied topics in molecular interactions on 2D materials. It begins with an introduction of 2D materials by Novoselov himself. Various experts then introduce on-surface molecular interactions on surfaces, and then specifically on the molecular functionalization of 2D materials. The electronic structure at molecular-2D material heterointerfaces is presented followed by related screening effects at these heterointerfaces. Analytical techniques used to study such heterointerfaces are then described, such as synchrotron techniques, scanning probe microscopy, and electron holography. The final papers cover related topics such as the molecule-2D perovskite heterointerface, and graphene oxide membranes.

    Functional Materials Letters Special Issue: Computational and Technological Innovations for Epilepsy Diagnosis and Control

    Guest Editors: Vasilios K. Kimiskidis and Steven Schachter

    The cornerstone of the diagnosis of epilepsy is the careful analysis of the clinical history and seizure semiology in conjunction with the time-honored visual examination of EEG and the critical assessment of other paraclinical tests. For ongoing management of patients with drug-resistant seizures, computer-aided EEG diagnostic or even predictive algorithms are being developed and waiting to enter the clinical arena. This trend is clearly evident in the 2021 special issue of IJNS on Computational and Technological Innovations for Epilepsy Diagnosis and Control. This issue comprises six original research articles, each one rigorously reviewed by 6–8 reviewers, and focusing on the clinically important issue of the automated detection and prediction of epileptic seizures.