The editors were inspired to produce the issue in the wake of the election.
(Elsevier) In the Biological Psychiatry special issue 'Neuroimmune Mechanisms in Autism Spectrum Disorder,' guest editor Professor Kimberley McAllister of the University of California, Davis, presents five reviews and three original research articles highlighting advances that are transforming the field of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) research.
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After six years, WildStorm is back. And thanks to Jon Davis-Hunt and Warren Ellis’ THE WILD STORM, it has come back strong. Read more...
I'm the first to get ridiculously excited about a good reading list, but Black History Month is something special—not to mention a time to honor the history of black Americans and further your education about past and present issues....Show More Summary
There's something special about the the Feb. 17 issue of Billboard Magazine, featuring former Fifth Harmony member Camila Cabello on the cover. Can't figure it out? OK, I'll just tell you: It was photographed with an iPhone 7 Plus using Portrait mode. Show More Summary
SEOUL (Reuters) – Samsung Group chief Jay Y. Lee appeared at South Korea’s special prosecutor’s office on Thursday before a court hearing that will decide whether to issue an arrest warrant over his role in a corruption scandal that has engulfed President Park Geun-hye. South Korea’s special prosecutor’s office said on Wednesday it had expanded […]
Arrow broke from its traditional vigilante fighting on Wednesday night to tackle the complicated issue of gun violence in a, for lack of a better phrase, very special episode. Executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Wendy Mericle have...Show More Summary
Toronto's urbanist magazine plays host at The Garrison tonight. Influential Toronto civic issues publication Spacing and local company Pressgang Theatre, which specializes in theatrical storytelling, are joining forces for the first live taping of the Spacing Radio podcast series. Show More Summary
As previously reported, Kate Upton has been chosen as the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition cover model. Yes, you've likely read that sentence before. Because this is the third time Upton has been honored with this special issue'sShow More Summary
Sometimes people ask me why all of our pajamas are new. Here's why: besides the basic hygiene issue, there is something wonderful about brand new pajamas - they provide a sense of comfort and the joy of wearing something fresh, entirely your own. Show More Summary
The issue of mod support in the console versions of Fallout 4 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: Special Edition has always been a little strange. Back in 2015, it was announced that the then-upcoming Fallout 4 would support user-created mods on both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Show More Summary
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Star Trek: Boldly Go #5 comes out tomorrow, but fans can have a sneak peek today. In this issue, “this special story...
(Mary Ann Liebert, Inc./Genetic Engineering News) A special issue on progress toward a cure for HIV includes a description of a previously unreported study started in the early 2000s that describes AIDS patients currently ages 51-67 in good health.
A State Department spokesman has confirmed that the Obama-appointed top official for LGBT issues abroad will apparently retain his post under the Trump administration. Randy Berry, the Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBTI Persons, was the firs… Read The post In Surprise Move, Obama’s LGBT State Dept. Envoy to Continue in Role appeared first on Towleroad.
Special vocabularies, video-based meetings, a variety of accents, and cultural issues conspire to make it especially challenging for scientists to sell their ideas
Tom Cruise's mother -- who in recent years had battled health issues -- died in her sleep. The former special education teacher was the driving force behind Tom's pursuit of acting. He frequently credited her for inspiring him. She died last week…
A New Strategy for Reparations by Charles Bane, Jr. | special to NewBlackMan (in Exile) During the election of 2016, no Presidential candidate, Democrat or Republican, addressed directly the issue of Reparations, just as no candidate...Show More Summary
Seven multimedia artists revitalize self-portraiture in this special feature from 'The Future of Tech Issue.'