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world scientific connecting great minds bestselling titles in life sciences nobel prizes and notable discoveries series in structural biology  volume 8 textbook of structural biology  by erling norrby the royal swedish academy of sciences sweden  2nd edition by anders liljas lund university sweden  lars liljas uppsala university sweden  miriam-rose ash the university of sydney australia  göran lindblom umeå university sweden  poul nissen, morten kjeldgaard aarhus university denmark “this text provides a well thought out and reasonably current survey of structural biology … i enjoyed reading this book and recommend it for an advanced level class in structural biology or as a current reference text.” protein crystallography newsletter this book is unique a guided tour through the archives of the nobel committees revealing their deliberations made public after 50 years a primer on the relevant

prefer digital visit http bit.ly/bestsellingls2017 stem cell battles proposition 71 and beyond  molecular frontiers journal how ordinary people can fight back against the crushing burden of chronic disease — with a posthumous foreword by christopher reeve open access journal newly launched in june 2017 http www.worldscientific.com/mfj by don c. reed americans for cures foundation usa  it s a highly recommended … not to be missed by readers with any degree of interest or curiosity in stem cell … fresh new perspective on the subject exceptionally well written organized and presented … very highly recommended for both community and academic library collections midwest book review 432pp 978-981-4644-01-3 978-981-4618-27-4pbk dec 2015 us$49 us$24.99 £41 £21 the molecular frontiers journal fosters exploration and discovery helping to realize science s promise connecting scientists from a multitude of disciplines around matters of global

prefer digital visit http bit.ly/bestsellingls2017 titles by ho mae wan institute of science in society uk series in structural biology volume 1 structural aspects of protein synthesis 2nd edition meaning of life and the universe  by anders liljas måns ehrenberg uppsala university sweden transforming “the huge bibliography 82 pages and extensive index that conclude structural aspects of protein synthesis will be of good service to the reader they bear witness to the authors expertise as the whole book does i expect that it will find its place on the desk of all structural biologists biochemists and molecular biologists interested in protein synthesis.” it charts the author s quest for the meaning of life faced with a dominant knowledge system she regards as incoherent meaningless and often acting against people and planet she shows how contemporary scientific findings across all disciplines already provide an authentic knowledge system that s coherent with life

dispelling the darkness  nobel prizes and life sciences voyage in the malay archipelago and the discovery of evolution by wallace and darwin by erling norrby the royal swedish academy of sciences sweden by john van wyhe nus singapore  “this book can be strongly recommended to historians of science i hope that i have given enough examples of what it covers to encourage historians of science to read this fascinating and informative book.” “the book has marvelous illustrations of the flora and fauna observed by wallace as well as other images of the period and is ideal for historian as well as naturalists.” british journal for history of science choice this book discusses the most important prize in the world of science and gives unique historical insights into how the laureate selection process has developed to secure optimal choice 336pp 978-981-4299-36-7 978-981-4299-37-4pbk nov 2010 us$68 us$38 £56 £32 july 2013 us$75 us$39 £62 £32