Religion & Theology

The Bible and the Romans: An Interview with Natalie Dohrmann

How does Rome expand the legal empire into the East and how are the Rabbis respond to that?
We let Natalie Dohrmann, whose academic background focuses on rabbinic literature and Jews in the Roman Empire, answer this question for you!

Academic Publishing

The University Press Library: Bridging the Gap Between Academic Libraries, University Presses and You

Find out what the UPL can bring to your library!

Science & Technology

Lead: A Chameleon-Type Metal Ion. Its Use and Effects on Environment and Health

Lead is one of the oldest metals known to man and therefore it deserves special emphasis in the international year of the Periodic Table of the Elements (2019). Its essentiality has been discussed but not demonstrated, yet its toxicity has already been recognized by Greek and Arab scholars.

Science & Technology

Zinc: the galvanizing chameleon

Jules Raulin, a student of Louis Pasteur, made a seminal discovery on zinc’s essential role in a microorganism’s growth. 150 years later, growing questions about this integral and essential element revolve around its purpose for our everyday lives.

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