Science is Everywhere


I am always in awe of the patience and determination that scientists have. There are so many instances when experiments do not go as planned and yet they persevere. In experiments, one of three things happens: a new way not to do something was learned, the hypothesis is confirmed or an unexpected happy result comes about. Allow me to tell you a personal story that happened just this past weekend regarding the latter. My strengths lie in writing and research, not baking. My young daughter wanted to bake cupcakes for company we were having that evening. At the last minute, I realized that I had no eggs but I did have liquid egg whites. I found a conversion chart but it was for egg whites, not liquid egg whites. I used them and hoped for the best. After making the batter it became abundantly clear to me that it was the incorrect consistency. The batter was far too runny. My hypothesis was that they would not solidify during baking and we would be making a last minute trip to the bakery. To my surprise and to the delight of my daughter, 18 minutes later we had golden cupcakes! A little softer in texture, but they looked and smelled like cupcakes. I did not tell our guests what had happened and everyone raved about them! “They’re so light and airy!” I try not to eat sweets but took a bite to see what the fuss was about. They tasted like little angel food cakes! The result was contrary to my hypotheses and I made a discovery. I confess, I felt a bit like a scientist. So to all of you researchers out there, keep doing what you do! Press on with your experiments and let us know when you are ready to share and publish your results:


Digestive Disease Week is May 6- 9

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Here is a sampling of some of the titles that Nova Science Publishers has on this important topic. These titles and more can be found on our website.


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A Win for Science in the U.S.

This is an interesting an informative article outlining the support that will be given to the sciences in the U.S.:

How science fares in the U.S. budget deal




Our stand at the Kuala Lumpur International Book Fair

The Kuala Lumpur International Book Fair saw the first gathering of 1,000 authors from all over Southeast Asia. There are 900 booths and over 2.5 million visitors. Nova Science Publishers is honored to be a part of this global event not to be missed!




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“A must-have and must-read for anyone interested in and/or working in the field of transgender healthcare”


The testimonials are coming in and we couldn’t be more pleased by the reception of, “The Transgender Handbook: A Guide for Transgender People, Their Families and Professionals” by Bouman & Arcelus

 “This handbook is an excellent resource for anyone interested in learning more about the medical, social and legal aspects of transgender people. There are over 40 internationally respected authors who contributed to this book. One unique aspect of this book is that it is written in a lay language so that trans people and their families, friends, co-workers and health providers can easily understand the current issues without being bogged down in technical language.  I recommend this book to any trans person, student, health care professional or any individual wishing to learn more about the unique needs of trans people.”

Vin Tangpricha, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and & Lipids, Department of Medicine, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, USA, and President Elect of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH)

“This is an amazing down to earth and practical book that addresses the myriad of issues faces by trans individuals, their families, and the professionals who care for them.  It is written by some of the very best professionals in the field.  Should be on everyone’s bookshelf!  Applause!  Applause!”

Eli Coleman, PhD, Academic Chair in Sexual Health, Professor and Director, Program in Human Sexuality, University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, MN, USA

“The most comprehensive review of what we know today about transgender people’s identities, sexuality, and related healthcare needs, as told by the “Who’s Who” of transgender care. A versatile, evidence-based resource for health providers and consumers, teachers and students, advocates and policy makers alike.”

Walter Bockting, PhD, Professor of Medical Psychology (in Psychiatry and Nursing), Columbia University, New York, US, and Former President, World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH)

“This easy to read Transgender Handbook is an absolute “must-have and must-read” for anyone interested in and/or working in the field of transgender healthcare. This book makes many aspects related to being trans highly accessible and hence provides a most valuable and much needed contribution to the field of transgender healthcare.”

Cecilia Dhejne, MD, PhD, FECSM, Clinical Sexologist, ANOVA, Karolinska University Hospital, and Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden


The Kuala Lumpar Book Fair

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The Kuala Lumpar Book Fair begins at the end of the week! We are excited to display some of our outstanding book designs. We warmly invite you to stop by our stand #J001-J005, if you will be attending.


Book on the rise…

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“Blood Viscosity: Its Role in Cardiovascular Pathophysiology and Hematology” has been gaining attention as an insightful and well written book on the important role that blood viscosity plays in health and disease. It recently received a 5 star review on Amazon and more reviews are available on our website




April 25th is WHO World Malaria Day


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Nova Science Publishers has many books published on this pressing topic. Knowledge is power when it comes to preventing and treating this life threatening disease.



We are eager to hear your ideas and to help share your visions and work. We look forward to cooperating with you. Submit your ideas to us! Our book idea form may be found here:

“Creativity is THINKING up new things. Innovation is DOING new things.” ~Theodore Levitt

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After a short hiatus here at the blog, we’re back! With fresh minds and innovative ideas! We have a new Facebook page! Please visit, like and share:

Spring has sprung


Exciting new titles have been announced as well as our new Spring Catalog which can be found here:

We also invite you to read some of the many testimonials from our past and current editors and authors with whom we have enjoyed cooperating with:

A. Tausch’s paper regarding Nova Science Publishers as one of the best-placed scientific publishers

We are very pleased to have been mentioned along with some of the top academic publishers in the industry in A. Tausch’s paper, “The Book Publications of the Nobel-Prize Economists and the Leading Book Publishers of the Discipline. A Bibliometric Analysis”

He writes, “The Granada ranking puts Springer, Palgrave Macmillan, Routledge, Cambridge University Press, Elsevier, Nova Science Publishers, Edward Elgar, Information Age Publishing, Princeton University Press and University of California Press among the best-placed publishers.”

A well written paper, you may read it by clicking on the link below:

Relevant titles for April


These titles and more may be found on our website:


Submit your book idea

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We are eager to hear your ideas and to help share your visions and work. We look forward to cooperating with you. Submit your ideas to us, our book idea form may be found here: