RAPS' New Book Offers 36 Articles on Eclectic Science Topics for Curious Readers
By Zachary Brousseau -
Published 06 September 2016
RAPS has just published a new book that offers curious readers a collection of 36 brief, interesting articles on a range of science and regulatory topics, some published for the first time. The new book, Eclectic Science and Regulatory Compliance: Stories for the Curious, by Max Sherman, is a follow-up to his popular 2012 book From Alzheimer’s to Zebrafish: Eclectic Science and Regulatory Stories.
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The Science Behind What You See
By Max Sherman -
Published 11 July 2014
No other sense organ is as critically important to the activities of daily living as our eyes. This article, which describes sight and the vision process, is the third in a series the author is writing about the five senses. Articles on hearing and smell were published in Regulatory Focus in 2013. This article briefly discusses eye anatomy, the miracle of vision, the evolution of sight and ocular diseases (cataracts in particular), and provides references for further reading.
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