Selecting a Data Repository: Criteria that Matter

We’re asking for your input on criteria for selecting data repositories — Where should I publish my research data? Sometimes there’s an obvious answer to this question.…


Appalachia and Laudato Si’: Developing the Connection between the Poor and the Environment

In Laudato Si’, Pope Francis writes that the poor and the environment are connected. The poor suffer physically from environmental degradation and cry out along with the earth, and those with power must heed their cry. An examination of the Appalachian region and its people reveals that each of these three themes needs some development


Smits wins 2020 Batchelor Prize

The Batchelor Prize for 2020 is awarded to Professor Alexander J Smits, Eugene Higgins Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University


Understanding the Complexity of Environmental Law

Environmental goals are pursued in increasingly complex legal ways that defy our usual approaches to teaching and researching environmental law in siloes.…


British Journal of Music Education: Whole Class Ensemble Tuition (WCET)

WCET Special Issue Issue 36.3 of the British Journal of Music Education is a special edition, focussing on the Whole Class Ensemble Tuition (WCET) programme in England.…


How collections end: objects, meaning and loss in laboratories and museums

The open access 2019 issue of BJHS Themes addresses the ‘endings’ of scientific collections, telling stories of dispersal, destruction, absorption, re-purposing and repatriation.


The Aeronautical Journal and the ICAS Congress

The Aeronautical Journal is unusual in ‘covering all aspects of aerospace’. This is something of a rarity nowadays, with conferences and journals aiming to attract high-profile experts by maximising specialist content – more ‘bang for the buck’, as the expression goes.…


Deep Carbon – a decade of DCO Research

From diamonds to volcanic degassing to the deep biosphere and more, scientists within the Deep Carbon Observatory have covered a lot of ground since the initiative’s start 10 years ago.…