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Award winning Wiley author – Dr. Eishi H. Ibe on the past, present & future of Radiation Effects

  Wiley author, Dr. Eishi H. Ibe is the winner of the prestigious Yamazaki-Teiichi Prize 2015 – an annual award ceremony established in 1984, Japan. We would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to him and share this interview with our readers.  What were your goals/aims of putting together this title – Terrestrial Radiation Effects in ULSI […]

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Interview with KCS-Wiley Young Chemist Award Winners

The KCS-Wiley Young Chemist Awards are awarded annually to young Korean chemists below the age of 40, in recognition of their brilliant research and significant contributions to the community. This year’s winners are Jun Soo Kim and Mi Hee Lim.   We are privileged to share our exclusive interviews with Dr. Kim and Dr. Lim. […]

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2015 Nobel Prize Winners in Chemistry Unravel the Code of Life

The 2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been jointly awarded to Tomas Lindahl, Paul Modrich and Aziz Sancar for “mechanistic studies of DNA repair”. Their studies provided much introspection into the fundamental mechanism of cellular repair and this knowledge is highly translational and applicable, for instance, in the development of novel cancer therapy. “That is […]

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14 October 2015 is Stem Cell Awareness Day

Stem cell research is a highly ethically and morally controversial topic even till today despite the many years that have passed since its first introduction in 1998. Firstly, what are stem cells? Simply speaking, they are a type of cells with the potential to differentiate into specialized cells. This is one of the promising fields […]

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ICMAT 2015 & IUMRS-ICA

Materials Science is an interdisciplinary field which is growing exponentially over the recent decades. This growing field of translational research has much potential as new materials are discovered and designed for applications and technology to suit our increasingly modernized world, thus addressing the needs of society and driving the economy. Wiley attended the recent 8th […]

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