Death anxiety and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: What’s love got to do with it?

The January BABCP Article of the Month is from Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy (BCP) and is entitled “OCD, death anxiety, and attachment: what’s love got to do with it?”…

Our 2021 content highlights

2021 may be over, but we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to sit back, relax, and look back at some of our publishing highlights from the past year! Which books and Elements were you reading in 2021? What articles were being talked about on Twitter? Welcome to our 2021 content roundup!

Online learning and digital textbooks: the first episode of a new podcast series for librarians

Today we are pleased to announce the launch of the first two episodes of our new podcast series, Cambridge Libraries of the World.…

It takes just ninety seconds to make women prefer less masculine faces: Video about the epidemic is the key!

There are several studies which investigated how environmental harshness influences mate choice, in particular whether masculine or feminine faces are perceived as more attractive when the environment is harsh.

Meet the Editors: Q&A with Professor Jonathan Wastling

Thank you so much for agreeing to participate in our Meet the Editors series on the Parasitology blog. We are very grateful for your time and input, and we hope that you enjoy the chance to share your work and a little bit about yourself with our readers.

The Aeronautical Journal – 125 years not out

The first edition of The Aeronautical Journal predates the first human powered flight by the Wright brothers by some five years. Even back then it knew that there was to be a rich future for man in flight to come.

Roundworm or whipworm, what are the differences?

When we think of the human roundworm, Ascaris lumbricoides, or the human whipworm, Trichuris trichiura, we tend to focus upon the similarities between these two parasites. Why is this so?

Depending on the Planting Design, More Crop Diversity Means More Productivity – No Matter How You Estimate the Yields

As an ecologist, I am interested in conserving forgotten crop landraces and vanishing cropping systems of indigenous agrarian societies. Indigenous food production systems are always polycrop systems, growing diverse food and non-food crops on marginal lands, depending no external materials (e.g. agrochemicals, machiney, fossil fuel). Dozens of experimental studies proved the superior productive efficacy of multiple cropping systems, growing mostly 2 or 3 crops), over monocultures promoted by modern, industrial agriculture.