In their WIREs Water review, Christopher Schulz and Bill Adams provide an overview of the responses to the work done by the World Commission on Dams over the past 20 years.
In this WIREs RNA review, the authors discuss the role of different miRNAs controlling yield-related quantitative traits in rice.
A better understanding of past tropical cyclones in a changing climate will provide key insights that can help mitigate impacts of tropical cyclones on vulnerable communities.
How magnetic targeting of drugs and/or magnetically induced release of drugs can be harnessed to improve the treatment of cancer.
Instead of trying to solve problems within individual disciplines, experts from different fields need to work together in interdisciplinary teams.
In today’s fast-changing scientific landscape, interdisciplinary fields are the new normal and clinical trials for new therapies are exploding. On the scientific information side, the WIREs series presents current, comprehensive reviews of the pioneering research that...
Researchers in Italy introduce the problems and the reasons behind the need for different simulation strategies and they guide the reader through the pros and the cons of each method with respect to the others.
At the core, this WIREs Nanomedicine & Nanobiotechnology review argues that innovators sought to deal with these uncertainties by building upon approved technologies, favoring scientifically crowded fields.
Agent-based models are a form of “bottom-up” modeling, which means that models are based on individual actors.
Electroconductive hydrogels resemble the extracellular matrix in tissues, enabling cell growth, proliferation, and migration.