A new-look Journal of Hellenic Studies sets its sights on publishing improvements

The Journal of Hellenic Studies is making some key improvements which will better support authors and readers. Most importantly, from 17 August 2022, contributions to the journal should be submitted using the new online submission system on the Cambridge Core website.…


Tools for Palmer Amaranth Control Continue to Shrink

Palmer amaranth has a well-earned reputation as one of the most problematic weeds in agriculture. It is known for its many weedy traits and for its propensity to evolve resistance to herbicides of varying sites of action. An article featured in the latest issue of the journal Weed Science shows the number of tools available to control this weedy invader is continuing to shrink.


Publishing for Posterity: The Daily Front Page and the ILM

A central point in every daily newspaper’s publishing cycle is the late afternoon meeting where, traditionally, editors sit around a table and decide which stories belong on the next day’s front page.…


Can Pairing Herbicides with Prescribed Burning Improve Downy Brome Control?

Downy brome is an annual winter grass that has invaded millions of acres of western rangelands and wildlands. It can outcompete native vegetation and can increase the frequency and severity of wildfires by leaving behind dense mats of litter at the end of its growing season.


Trilobites’ growth may have resembled that of modern marine crustaceans

Trilobites- extinct marine arthropods that roamed the world’s oceans from about 520 million years ago until they went extinct 250 million years ago, at the end of the Permian period – may have grown in a similar fashion and reached ages that match those of extant crustaceans, a new study has found.…


Teaching Data Reuse

In the spring semester of 2020, I developed and taught a class on archaeological data reuse and digital literacy at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.…


Disentangling Emotions during the Coronavirus Outbreak in Spain: Inner Emotions, Descripting Feeling Rules and Socioemotional Conventions

The paper “Disentangling Emotions during the Coronavirus Outbreak in Spain: Inner Emotions, Descriptive Feeling Rules and Socioemotional Conventions” by Amparo Caballero, Sergio Villar, Itziar Fernández, Verónica Sevillano, Pablo Gavilán, and Pilar Carrera published in The Spanish Journal of Psychology has been chosen as the Editor’s Choice Article for August 2022.…


2022 JFM-Flow China Symposium: from fundamentals to applied mechanics 

We were excited to hold the  JFM/FLOW 2022 China Symposium in Xi’an in June 2022. This is the second time Journal of Fluid Mechanics (JFM) has held a symposium in China but the first which included our new journal Flow. …