Wiley

Wiley began in 1807 as a printing business and evolved as a publishing company under the name Wiley-Putnam. Today Wiley is an international publisher of scientific books, journals, and a wide-range of academic subject books. Wiley is a knowledge source for authors, educators and professionals. Wiley has a presence in Europe, Asia, Australia and is headquartered in New Jersey. Wiley-Blackwell is a leading science, medical, technical and scholarly publisher. Wiley is a useful tool for the press as it offers a large data base of publishing covering the gamut of interesting subjects.

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Is there such a thing as 'Facebook Murder'?

Investigators recently set out to consider whether homicides involving social networking sites were unique and worthy of labels such as 'Facebook Murder', and to explore the ways in which perpetrators had used such sites ...

Nov 13, 2014
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Ocean carbon uptake more variable than thought

The Earth's oceans are thought to have taken up about one quarter of the carbon dioxide (CO2) that humans pumped into the atmosphere in the past 2 decades. While this drives acidification and has consequences for sea life, ...

Nov 13, 2014
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Entering the Nano Era

Modern hard drives only require an area of a few square nanometers for each bit of information. To protect ourselves from sunburn we use sunscreens that contain nanoparticles of titanium dioxide or zinc oxide. Is this the ...

Nov 05, 2014
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Environmental toxins may be hurting North American eagles

New research indicates that bald and golden eagles in North America may be exposed to dangerously high levels of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), which are chemicals used in the production of a wide variety of textiles, ...

Nov 04, 2014
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Observing the Birkeland currents

When the supersonic solar wind hits the Earth's magnetic field, a powerful electrical connection occurs with Earth's field, generating millions of amperes of current that drive the dazzling auroras. These ...

Oct 06, 2014
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