Superatoms are clusters of atoms that act like a single atom. They have unique properties…
Patients who use the emergency department frequently (≥5 or more visits per year) make up…
Literary adaptation – sometimes known as ‘literary afterlife’ or, more popularly, ‘fan fiction’ – has taken place across all periods of history.
The ancient polytheistic world is full of deities, diverse as human society: female, male, indigenous and incomers with the new politic settings and cultures in contact.
The ever increasing in global energy demand, excess use of fossil fuels and associated environment issues involving emission of greenhouse gases (e.g., CO2) are serious challenges facing the society today.
For nuclear application, radiation induced failure is one of the major limiting factors for the application of new materials as structural components in GenIV nuclear power reactors.
The whooping cough has re-emerged in high-income countries despite high vaccine coverage. The increased incidence of pertussis has been attributed to a replacement of whole-cell pertussis (wP) vaccines to acellular pertussis (aP) vaccines in these countries.
‘Why do we punish?’ is a question that scholars tackled from a variety of angles. Philosophers have addressed it from a justificatory perspective, debating what (if anything) justifies punishment.
The human life expectancy at birth has remarkably increased, especially since the mid-1800s, and has continued to rise steadily to date.
One solution to many problems (i.e., depletion of fossil fuels, environmental pollution, global warming and other climate issues) relies strongly on the development of hydrogen economy.