JOSHA - Table of Contents Volume 2 Issue 2

Roland Mertelsmann

Affiliation: Albert-Ludwigs Universität, Freiburg, Germany

Keywords: International Mentoring, Cooperation, Roman Art, Spinoza, Classical Modernism, Growth Hormone, Episomal-persistent DNA, Cancer Stem Cells, Cancer Evolution

Categories: News and Views

DOI: 10.17160/josha.2.3.35

Languages: English

JOSHA – Journal of Science Humanities and Arts Table of Contents Vol 2, No 2 This new issue of the JOSHA Journal contains again a number of interesting articles covering the broad field of human research, discovery and creativity and, as a special topic, “International Cooperation and Mentoring” in academic institutions. The field of Arts is addressed by two wonderful papers, addressing art in the northern provinces of the Roman Empire as well as the creativity of a living artist. Aspects of Philosophy, Ethics and Law are studied in the paper on the philosopher Spinoza and his cultural and religious environment. In Life Sciences a fundamental process of the effect of human growth factor application to epidermal growth factor biology is studied. In the Medicine section a hallmark reading list is provided by Nobel Laureate Harald zur Hausen extending his prior research on the role of viruses in human diseases, while I develop a model of cancer as an evolutionary disorder, “evolution gone awry”. The editors hope that our readers will also enjoy reading these important contributions as much as we did . Roland Mertelsmann for the Editors of JOSHA.

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