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Journal of Emergency Management and Disaster Communications

The Journal of Emergency Management and Disaster Communications (JEMDC) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal for researchers, policymakers and practitioners from various disciplines. The journal addresses issues of disaster medicine and education, disaster reporting, communication and dissemination, disaster risk analysis and prevention, rescue, and other aspects of research.

Traditional Medicine and Modern Medicine

Traditional Medicine and Modern Medicine is an international journal that aims to give access to better communication and further integration among traditional medicines in China and abroad so as to promote the development of traditional medicines worldwide. Investigations into traditional medicines with the theories and techniques of modern medicines will enhance the integration between them, thus contributing to the advancement of medicine.

China Quarterly of International Strategic Studies

China Quarterly of International Strategic Studies (CQISS), the flagship journal of Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS) (https://en.siis.org.cn/), focuses on, though is not confined to, strategic issues related to China's role in global affairs, highlighting the Chinese perspective on strategic issues with policy concerns. An international editorial board and the double-blind review process ensure the incisive and impartial analysis of its papers.

Forthcoming Titles:
cover World Century Mathematical Olympiad Series: Volume 2
Algebraic Inequalities
In Mathematical Olympiad and Competitions
by Ji Chen (Ningbo University, China) & Chaocheng Ji (Ningbo High School, China)
translated by Chaocheng Ji (Ningbo High School, China), Huyue Shen (Zhenhai High School, China) and Ruhe Wang (Zhenhai High School, China)

The focus of this book is algebraic inequalities. Not only is it the current Mathematical Olympiad hot topic, it is also the basis of geometric inequalities. In addition, the book involves some analysis on inequality.

This book serves as a good reference in the field of algebraic inequalities as faced in problems found in a Mathematical Olympiad. » more

Newly Published:
A Brief History of Germs
by Wenhong Zhang (Huashan Hospital of Fudan University, China)
translated by Bailiang Ma (Shanghai Ocean University, China)

This book introduces readers to the history and discovery of viruses and bacteria. It provides an accessible overview of how several major pandemics have influenced the society and how vaccines and antibiotics were developed. Dive into the fascinating illustrated stories behind 17 common infectious diseases, and learn about the pathogen characteristics, main symptoms, transmission routes, as well as prevention and control strategies. By featuring the difficulties in the struggle against infectious diseases, the contents highlight the scientific spirits and the stories of scientists. Human beings' faith in seeking out the unknown is highly praised, and it is hoped that this book will stimulate people's belief in scientific ideas and methods. » more

Series on Archaeology and History of Science in China: Volume 3
Development History of Ancient Chinese Glass Technology
editor-in-chief Fuxi Gan (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
translated by Hong Li (Nippon Electric Glass, USA) and Lisong Hou (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)

Worldwide research on ancient glass began in the early 20th century. A consensus has been reached in the community of Archaeology that the first manmade or synthetic glasses, based on archaeological findings, originated in the Middle East during the 5000–3000's BC. By contrast, the manufacturing technology of pottery and ceramics were well developed in ancient China. » more

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