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2011-03-22 05:10:00

AMSTERDAM/>, March 22, 2011/> /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- - Global Water Research Grows Nearly/> 30 Percent Annually During Past Decade The report "Confronting the Global Water Crisis through Research - 2010", carried out by Elsevier and released today, reveals the increasingly international and strategic nature of water resources research. Examining major trends in water research at the international, national and institutional levels, the report highlights the escalation in the...

2010-11-12 08:50:00

CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts, November 12, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- - Announcing Cell DNA - Daily News Aggregator - A Free Daily News Aggregation Service in the Life Sciences To enable scientists to easily keep up-to-date with life science focused news and information, Cell Press is delighted to announce the launch of Cell DNA (Daily News Aggregator, accessible online at http://news.cell.com. Cell DNA is a news aggregator that compiles life sciences-focused news stories from...

2010-10-04 09:51:00

AMSTERDAM, October 4, 2010 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- On Tuesday, September 28, Elsevier released the results of a "Future of Search and Discovery" opinion survey that was designed to provide a "quick pulse" of the attitudes of researchers through an informal online opinion poll. While it was not a scientific research study nor labeled as such in the release, we should have included more information about the survey's methodology and limitations. To avoid any confusion, we have clarified...

2010-06-21 06:58:00

CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts, June 21, 2010 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- - Impressive Increases for Cell Stem Cell and Cell Host and Microbe Rankings; Cell Remains Top Journal in its Field In the year since their 2008 preliminary ranking, Cell Press journals Cell Stem Cell and Cell Host and Microbe saw their Impact Factors surge, according to new data released in the 2009 Journal Citation Reports(c) published by ThomsonReuters. In the report released June 17, Cell Stem Cell's...

2010-02-17 07:12:00

BOSTON, Feb. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Visible Measures, the independent third-party measurement firm for Internet video publishers, advertisers, and viral marketers, today released the preliminary results of its 2010 Super Bowl Ads Study. The study measured the online video performance of the entire flight of the 2010 Super Bowl ads across more than 200 video-sharing destinations, compiling results based on Visible Measures' unique True Reach(TM) methodology. Complete results of the study are...

2010-02-08 16:16:50

The details surrounding the emergence and evolution of religion have not been clearly established and remain a source of much debate among scholars. Now, an article published by Cell Press in the journal Trends in Cognitive Sciences on February 8 brings a new understanding to this long-standing discussion by exploring the fascinating link between morality and religion. There is no doubt that spiritual experiences and religion, which are ubiquitous across cultures and time and associated...

2010-01-07 11:00:00

AMSTERDAM, January 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- - Cell Readers can Experience the First Four Issues of 2010 for Free Elsevier, the leading publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced that all research articles in its flagship collection of Cell Press journals will be published online in the new 'Article of the Future' format on http://www.cell.com. Previously released as a demonstration prototype for two sample articles, the...

2009-11-30 09:15:00

PPG Pittsburgh Paints Predicts Homeowners Will Find Inspiration for "Now" in Timeless Colours from "Then" TORONTO, Nov. 30 /PRNewswire/ - To view this Social Media Release, please enter the following address in your web browser. http://smr.newswire.ca/en/ppg-pittsburgh-paints/2010-colour-trends-for-home-mix-classic-calming-neutrals SOURCE CNW Social Media

2008-12-15 16:39:00

CHICAGO, Dec. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- The Food Channel(R) (http//www.foodchannel.com) has released its Top Ten Food Trends for 2009. Based on research conducted by The Food Channel in conjunction with the World Thought Bank (http://www.neemee.com) and the International Food Futurists(TM), the list identifies the significant food movements consumers, foodservice professionals and manufacturers should watch for in the coming year. (Photo:...

2008-10-31 12:00:32

Since 1988, Neuron has been at the forefront of publishing the most exciting research in all areas of the neurosciences. This meeting celebrated the contribution of all the authors, reviewers and readers around the world who have contributed to the success of Neuron. This one-day meeting was organized at the College de France by Kenneth R. Chien (Massachusetts General Hospital, USA), Emilie Marcus (Cell Press, USA), Katja Brose (Cell Press, USA), Elena Porro (Cell Press, USA) and Yves...

Latest Trends Reference Libraries

2012-05-02 19:25:59

Trends comprises a series of scientific journals published in a range of areas of biology. These journals are currently part of Elsevier’s Cell Press group of journals. Trends was founded in 1976 with the first journal in the series Trends Biomechanical Sciences (TIBS). That journal was followed up shortly thereafter by Trends in Neurosciences (TINS), Trends in Pharmacological Sciences (TIPS) and Immunology Today. Other journals that were formed in the 1980s and 1990s, including Trends...

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