The implications of technology transforming our everyday lives – an interview with Matt Gallaway on Technology in Society, a Hot Topic from Cambridge

We’re partnering with GOBI Library Solutions on a series of blog posts to give our customers insights into our Hot Topics collections.…


What are the hot topics for 2021? Our Management Editors share their views

We asked the Editors of five Cambridge Management journals to select recently published articles covering topics they felt will be hotly debated, discussed and researched in 2021.Settle…


World Malaria Day 2021

Sunday, April 25th is World Malaria Day. A day when we celebrate the remarkable successes in the fight against malaria over the past two decades.…


Making Rights Material

In evangelising businesses to follow the UN Guiding Principles, the business and human rights movement has weighed the advantages of wielding the ‘business case’ versus the moral case.…


Q&A with Quantitative Plant Biology Associate Editor: Aurélien Tellier

Launched in 2020, Quantitative Plant Biology is an open access journal, co-published by Cambridge University Press and The John Innes Centre with the aim of providing an interdisciplinary forum for high quality research on ground-breaking discoveries and predictions in quantitative plant science.…


Crop models and the grand challenges for the 21st century

The paper “Grand challenges for the 21st century: what crop models can and can’t (yet) do“, published in The Journal of Agricultural Science, has been chosen as the latest Editorial Highlight.…


Not so bad, actually: Nero in the Journal of Roman Studies

A fair-haired, bull-necked, poetry-loving ruler, with an eye for interior design, pathetically desperate for his subjects’ affection, sexually incontinent, lazy and slapdash in his handling of public affairs, prone to showing off his knowledge of Greek in public, and later to be remembered as the most disastrous political leader his country had ever produced – why have the Roman Society and the British Museum chosen this year of all years to commemorate the emperor Nero?…


The European Super League should make all sports pause for thought

The proposed European Super League for football might have stalled at its inception but it is unlikely to be the last we hear of the idea, in this or any other sport.…


Student Exchange: French and German competition for US students in the 1920s

Following the Great War, both countries tapped into their academic capital to pursue very different visions of the post-war order; that is either to enforce (in the case of France) or undo (in the case of Germany) the provisions of the Versailles peace settlement.


Tropical Hospitality, British Masculinity and Drink in late 18th Century Jamaica

It shows that drink, dancing, and illicit sex combined to create a milieu in which activities frowned upon in Britain, or which were confined to specific and highly regulated homosocial encounters, defined white male cultural practices in the island.


Antiracism Today

Until a few years ago, news about police officers in the USA killing a black man was hardly news. Thanks to increasing resistance from the black community, and especially by the Black Lives Matter movement, such killings have become world news, as has been the death of George Floyd and the court case against his assassin.…


Which winter wheat variety is more adaptable to climate warming?

The paper “Low-tillering winter wheat cultivars are more adaptable to late sowing“, published in the Journal of Agricultural Science, has been chosen as the latest Editorial Highlight.…