Postdoc research complete. Data analysed. Discussion developed and conclusions set. You commence your search for an appropriate journal in which to publish your key findings and you happen across ‘Advances in Aerospace Science and Technology.’ Sounds legit. You develop your paper based on the journal’s editorial guidelines and submit it with yo...Read more »
Julia Gottwald shows us that human male and female brains are more similar than we think If you were a fruit fly and smelled male pheromones, you would show a strong and consistent response. As a female fly, you would engage in courtship behaviour; as a male fly, you would become more aggressive. We know that... Read More »Read more »
Depression is a large problem around the world, and is estimated to cost the UK £7.5 billion per year. Therefore, it is especially urgent to find ways to help the 20% of people suffering from depression who do not find relief in established treatments. Among these are cognitive behavioural therapy and drugs that increase the... Read More »Read more »
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