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How do pythons help researchers learn more about human heart disease? How have cockleburs, geckos and porcupines contributed to medical device development? Who was the first epidemiologist? The answers to these questions and more are included in Eclectic Science and Regulatory Compliance: Stories for the Curious. For more than a decade, Regulatory Focus readers have enjoyed Max Sherman’s search for new and surprising facts. This collection of 36 articles includes several not published before. This book is a fun way to learn new, somewhat obscure information about science, regulatory and healthcare products. There are some “ah ha” moments and some laughs, as well. Unlike most RAPS publications, Eclectic Science is light reading and of interest to both scientists and the general population. This is a follow-up to Shermans’s first book, From Alzheimer’s to Zebrafish: Eclectic Science and Regulatory Stories, published in 2012.
Who Should Use This Publication?
This is an informative, enjoyable read for individuals involved in the fields of medicine and science and those with curious minds.
Published by RAPS © 2015. Paperback. 148 pages.