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  • Nature’s guide to building submarines
  • 12 June 2017, Tom Crawford
  • New research published recently in JFM, will help to direct future research on the deployment of sensory arrays that could be used to guide underwater autonomous...
  • How do birds fly?
  • 30 May 2017, Tom Crawford
  • When a bird flaps its wings it generates thrust force which keeps it airborne, but how does this actually work? And how hard and how fast should they flap?


  • XIX International Botanical Congress
  • When: 23 Jul 2017 - 29 Jul 2017
  • Where: China, Shenzhen
  • Cambridge University Press will be present at the XIX International Botanical Congress meeting in Shenzhen, China. Registration for the conference is now open!