Aimed at readers interested in physical, chemical, and biological measurements. Draws from disciplines as diverse as biology, physics, and engineering.
Topics include biotechnology, genetics, genomics, and breeding; veterinary medicine, and conservation and zoo biology. Intended for veterinarians, geneticists, and scientists focused on domesticated and wild animal species.
Topics include archaeology, biological anthropology, linguistics and communicative practices, regional studies and international anthropology, and sociocultural anthropology.
Topics include the sun, solar system and extrasolar planets, stars, galaxies, active galactic nuclei, cosmology, and instrumentation and techniques.
The flagship Annual Reviews journal, it sets the standard for review articles in biological chemistry and molecular biology and serves as an indispensable resource for practicing biochemists and their students. Publishing since 1932.
Provides comprehensive reviews in biomedical data science, focusing on advanced methods to store, retrieve, analyze, and organize biomedical data and knowledge.
Topics include biomechanics, biomaterials, computational genomics and proteomics, tissue engineering, health care engineering, drug delivery, bioelectrical engineering, biochemical engineering, and biomedical imaging.
Topics include macromolecular structure, function and dynamics, theoretical and computational biophysics, molecular biophysics of the cell, physical systems biology, membrane biophysics, nanotechnology, and emerging techniques.
Reviews a range of subjects in cancer research that represent important and emerging developments, and is divided into three broad themes: Cancer Cell Biology, Tumorigenesis and Cancer Progression, and Translational Cancer Science.
Topics include the structure, function, and organization of the cell; development and evolution of the cell in single and multicellular organisms; and models and tools of molecular biology.
Aimed at readers with a general background in the natural sciences, including scientists and engineers interested in physical, chemical, and biological phenomena toward advances in chemical process design and new products.
Topics explore the research, theory, and the application of psychological principles to address recognized disorders, including schizophrenia as well as mood, anxiety, childhood, substance use, cognitive, and personality disorders.
This series has been discontinued. Volumes available: 1-4, 1986-1990
Topics explore related research areas in materials science and biology.
The broad fields of control and robotics are the major areas covered, together with connections to theoretical and applied mechanics, optimization, communication, information theory, machine learning, computing, and signal processing.
Provides comprehensive reviews of significant developments in the multidisciplinary field of criminology, defined as the study of both the nature of criminal behavior and societal reactions to crime.
Covers the significant advances in the developmental sciences, including cognitive, linguistic, social, cultural, and biological processes across the lifespan.
Topics range from the climate, environment, and geological hazards to the formation of planets and the evolution of life.
Articles range from phylogeny, speciation, and molecular evolution through behavior and evolutionary physiology to population dynamics, ecosystems processes, and applications in invasion biology, conservation, and management.
Topics include macroeconomics and money; microeconomics, including economic psychology; international economics; public finance; health economics; economic growth and technological change; development; and social economics.
Topics include biochemistry and physiology, morphology and development, behavior and neuroscience, ecology, agricultural entomology, pest management, biological control, medical and veterinary entomology, and biogeography.
Covers the advances and emerging issues in environmental science. Topics include ecology and conservation science, agriculture and living resources, engineering, water and energy resources, atmosphere, oceans, climate change.
Topics include theoretical, empirical, and experimental developments in financial economics; capital markets, corporate finance, financial institutions, market microstructure, and behavioral and experimental finance.
Topics include non-Newtonian fluids and rheology, incompressible and compressible fluids, plasma flow, stability of flow, multi-phase flows, mixing and transport of heat and species, combustion, turbulence, shock waves and explosions.
Topics include food microbiology, food-borne pathogens, fermentation, food engineering, biochemistry, rheology, and sensory properties; novel ingredients and nutrigenomics; emerging technologies in food processing and preservation.
Topics include biochemical, behavioral, cell, and developmental genetics; evolutionary and population genetics; chromosome structure and transmission; gene function and expression; mutation and repair; genomics; immunogenetics.
Explores genomics as it applies to human genetics and the human genome. Topics include genomic technology, genome structure and function, genetic modification, human variation and population genetics, and human evolution.
Focuses on immune mechanisms and molecular basis of immune diseases in humans. Topics include immune cell development and differentiation; immune control of pathogens and cancer; and immunodeficiency and autoimmune diseases.
Draws on the complex connections between law, culture, social structure, and society by focusing on social scientific studies of law and law-like systems of rules, institutions, processes, and behaviors.
Covers significant developments in linguistics, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, and their interfaces, linguistic theory, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, language change, as well as applications of linguistics in many domains.
Draws from topics within coastal and blue water oceanography (biological, chemical, geological, physical) as well as subjects in ecology, conservation, technological developments within the marine environment.
Topics include original methodologies, materials phenomena, and material systems.
Topics include immunology, cardiology, dermatology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, genetics, infectious disease, neurology, oncology/hematology, pediatrics, psychiatry, pulmonology, reproductive medicine, surgery.
Topics include bacteria, archaea, viruses, and unicellular eukaryotes. Draws from a broad group of disciplines, ranging from ecology and evolution to biochemistry, genomics, and structural biology.
Topics include molecular and cellular neuroscience, neurogenetics, development, plasticity and repair, systems neuroscience, cognitive neuroscience, behavior, neurobiology of disease, and ethics.
Topics include theoretical developments, experimental results and their interpretation, heavy ion interactions, oscillations observed in solar and atmospheric neutrinos, the physics of heavy quarks, the impact of particle and nuclear physics on astroparticle physics.
Topics include metabolism, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and amino acids, nutrient transport and function, metabolic regulation, nutritional genomics, clinical nutrition, nutritional toxicology and microbiology, epidemiology, and public health.
Topics include industrial and organizational psychology, human resource management, and organizational behavior.
Focuses on understanding the initiation and progression of human diseases. Topics include evolving concepts of disease pathogenesis, molecular, genetic and morphologic alterations associated with diseases, and clinical significance.
Topics include receptors, transporters, enzymes, and chemical agents; drug development science; and the immune system, central and autonomic nervous systems, gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, endocrine, and pulmonary systems.
Topics include biophysical chemistry, chemical kinetics, colloids, electrochemistry, geochemistry, cosmochemistry, chemistry of atmosphere and climate, laser chemistry, the liquid state, polymers, and macromolecules.
Topics include cardiovascular physiology; cell physiology; ecological, evolutionary, and comparative physiology; endocrinology; gastrointestinal physiology; neurophysiology; renal/electrolyte physiology; respiratory physiology.
Topics include plant disease diagnosis, pathogens, host-pathogen interactions, epidemiology and ecology, breeding for resistance, and plant disease management. Includes special section on the development of concepts.
Topics include plant biochemistry and biosynthesis; genetics, genomics; and molecular biology; cell differentiation; tissue; organ and whole-plant events; acclimation and adaptation, and methods and model organisms.
Topics include political theory and philosophy, international relations, political economy, political behavior, American and comparative politics, public administration and policy, and methodology.
Topics include the biological bases of behavior, sensation and perception, cognitive processes, animal learning/behavior, human development, psychopathology, clinical and counseling psychology, and social/environmental/community psychology.
Topics include key developments in epidemiology and biostatistics, environmental and occupational health, issues related to social environment and behavior, health services, and public health practice.
Focuses on agricultural economics, environmental economics, renewable resources, and exhaustible resources.
Articles cover social processes, institutions and culture, organizations, political and economic sociology, stratification, demography, urban sociology, social policy, and historical sociology.
Topics include theoretical statistical underpinnings of new methodology and specific domains such as biostatistics and bioinformatics, economics, machine learning, psychology, sociology, and aspects of the physical sciences.
Topics include viruses of animals, plants, bacteria, archaea, fungi, and protozoa. Reviews will inform basic virology, viral disease mechanisms, virus-host interactions, and cellular and immune responses to virus infection.