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The Edifying Beauty of Geysers

Geysers are a rare occurrence. There are only about 1,000 of them in the world, half of which are located in the United States’ Yellowstone National Park. 241 more words


Board Member Sandra Faber receives 2017 Gruber Foundation Cosmology Prize

Annual Reviews is fortunate to have many scientific luminaries serving on its Board of Directors. One of these is Professor and Astronomer Sandra Faber, who is the Board’s Vice-Chairperson, and Co-Editor of the  220 more words

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The journal Sociologie du travail leaves ELSEVIER for Open Access on Revues.org

The journal Sociologie du travail has terminated the contract it has had with Elsevier since 1999 and is moving to a fully digital form of Open Access on Revues.org. 287 more words

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Treasure trove of expert Public Health content now publicly available - what's inside?

Today (and every day!) we want to encourage those in the Public Health community and beyond to freely explore the expert content published in the… 510 more words

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The Annual Review of Public Health is now freely available to read, reuse, and share.

We are pleased to announce that the 2017 volume of the Annual Review of Public Health, online today, is published open access under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike (CC BY-SA) license. 497 more words


Road to Perdition: Westchester's Budget

The week of March 27th saw two benchmark events in Westchester County:

  1. Rob Astorino held another Ask Astorino event in Port Chester on the 29th.
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Welcoming the Annual Review of Cancer Biology

I’ve been looking forward to this series for a long time, and I’m glad to see the first volume fully published. Browse the table of contents for the… 585 more words

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