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Contents: Science Progress  Volume 100 Number 2 2017

Posted on 25. May, 2017.

Science Progress commissions world authorities to contribute articles on the most interesting, important and meaningful topics - ranging from cosmology to the environment, and publishes occasional issues on specific topics.


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No Increase In Our Online Subscriptions!

Posted on 19. July, 2010.

Science Reviews 2000 Ltd is pleased to announce that there will be no increase in the online subscriptions to any of its journals for 2011.


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Materials At High Temperatures To Feature International Conference On WELDS

Posted on 19. July, 2010.

The next issue of Materials at High Temperatures (issue 3) will be featuring 14 papers related to materials issued at the International Conference on WELDS, in the USA.


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Avian Biology Research Is Spreading Its Wings!

Posted on 19. July, 2010.

In August, two of our Editorial team will be attending International conferences. We hope to include reports from conferences in future issues of Avian Biology Research.


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Contents: Journal Of Chemical Research Volume 34 Issue 6 2010

Posted on 6. July, 2010.

This journal is covered by the following secondary information sources: Chemical Abstracts, Current Contents, Current Abstracts of Chemistry/Index Chemicus, Current Chemical Reactions, Current Bibliography on Science and Technology, Science Citation Index, Bulletin Signalétique, Referativnyi Zhurnal and ChemInform.


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Emeritus Editor Of Science Progress Wins The Porter Medal

Posted on 1. July, 2010.

David Phillips OBE a long standing member of the Science Progress editorial team has been awarded The Porter Medal – the first British scientist to do so since its inauguration in 1988.


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Search For The Jamaican Petrel

Posted on 29. June, 2010.

Researchers have been looking for the critically endangered – and possibly extinct – Jamaican petrel as part of the global Tubenoses Project, according to BirdLife International. This mythical seabird – known locally as the 'Blue Mountain duck' – has not been recorded since 1879 when the last specimens were collected in Jamaica's Blue Mountains.


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Bolivian Communities Unite To Protect Rare Red-Fronted Macaw

Posted on 29. June, 2010.

Two communities in the southern Bolivian Department of Cochabamba have joined forces with American Bird Conservancy (ABC) and the Center for Biodiversity and Genetics to designate two areas of almost 500,000 acres to aid in the protection of the Red-fronted Macaw. These important areas will also help protect other rare and declining species.


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Migratory Behaviour Affects The Size Of Bird Brains

Posted on 29. June, 2010.

Scientists have known for some time that migratory birds have smaller brains than their resident relatives. Now a new study published in the March edition of the journal PLoS One looks into the reasons and concludes that the act of migrating leads to a reduced brain size.


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