New in the collection (June 2022) – Szilárd Library

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New in the collection (June 2022)

An overview of selected new books in Szilárd Library, with a word from their authors, reviewers and publishers

Pattern Mining with Evolutionary Algorithms (Springer, 2016)

By Sebastián Ventura, José María Luna.

This book offers a survey on evolutionary computation with particular emphasis on genetic algorithms and genetic programming. Also included is an analysis of the set of quality measures most widely used in the field of pattern mining with evolutionary algorithms.

New drug development for known and emerging viruses (Wiley-VCH, 2022)

Edited by Helga Rübsamen-Schaeff, Helmut Buschmann

This book discusses the entire field of antiviral drug discovery and development from a medicinal chemistry perspective, focusing on antiviral drugs, targets and viral disease mechanisms. Includes an outlook on emerging pathogens such as Ebola, West Nile, Norovirus and SARS Coronavirus-2.

Super-resolution imaging in biomedicine (CRC Press, 2017)

Edited by Diaspro, Alberto and Zandvoort, Marc A. M. J. van

This book encompasses the full breadth of the super-resolution imaging field, representing modern techniques that exceed the traditional diffraction limit, thereby opening up new applications in biomedicine. It will be a useful reference for biomedical researchers who want to work with super-resolution imaging, learn the proper technique for their application, and simultaneously obtain a solid footing in other techniques.



Plan S for shock : Science. Shock. Solution. Speed (Ubiquity Press , 2022)

By Robert-Jan Smits, Rachael Pells

Plan S for shock: the open access initiative that changed the face of global research. This is the story of open access publishing – why it matters now, and for the future.Here, the scheme’s founder, Robert-Jan Smits, makes a compelling case for Open Access, and reveals for the first time how he set about turning his controversial plan into reality. This book offers a compelling look at how the necessary changes may advance.

Reimagining sustainable cities : strategies for designing greener, healthier, more equitable communities (University of California Press, 2021)

By Stephen M. Wheeler and Christina D. Rosan

A cutting-edge, solutions-oriented analysis of how we can reimagine cities around the world to build sustainable futures.What would it take to make urban places greener, more affordable, more equitable, and healthier for everyone? The book aims to rethink urban sustainability for a new era. Stephen Wheeler and Christina Rosan’s brilliantly practical volume shows them how. This is a must-read for all urban managers.

Single molecule sensing beyond fluorescence (Springer, 2022)

Edited by Warwick Bowen, Frank Vollmer and Reuven Gordon

This book provides an interesting snapshot of recent advances in the field of single molecule nanosensing. The book endeavors to provide basic introductions to key techniques, recent research highlights, and an outlook on big challenges in the field and where it will go in future. It is a valuable contribution to the field of single molecule nanosensing and it will be of great interest to graduates and researchers working in this topic.

Neuroscience (Oxford University Press, 2018)

Edited by Dale Purves, George J. Augustine, David Fitzpatrick, et al. (Oxford University Press, 2018)

Neuroscience, 6th Edition is intended primarily for medical, premedical, and undergraduate students. The book’s length and accessibility of its writing are a successful combination that has proven to work equally well for medical students and in undergraduate neuroscience courses. Being both comprehensive and authoritative, the book is also appropriate for graduate and professional use.