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  • ISSN: 0965-5395 (Print), 1469-5065 (Online)
Fetal and Maternal Medicine Review publishes high quality reviews drawn from all relevant disciplines in this rapidly expanding field. Each issue includes a selection of clinical and research reviews from experts in the field. Rapid publication and a deliberate preference for authors currently active in research ensures this journal has immediate relevance to contemporary clinical practice. Subject areas covered include fetal medicine, maternal medicine, neonatology, obstetric anaesthesia, epidemiology and basic science. It is essential reading for all engaged in the care of pregnant women and neonates including obstetricians and neonatologists, postgraduates training for specialist careers, specialist nursing and midwifery staff.

Earth and Environmental Sciences on Cambridge Open Engage

  • Cambridge Zero Policy Forum Panel Study: Local Priorities for Investing in Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure
  • 11 July 2022, Nick, Scott
  • Climate change is a global problem, but climate solutions primarily need to be deployed at a local level. Local stakeholders play a vital role in taking decisive action to meet national and international climate targets. Effective local, regional and national policy and governance frameworks are needed. During the 2021-2022 academic year, the Cambridge Zero Policy Forum (CZPF) convened experts from academia, local government and business to discuss priorities for investing in resilient and sustainable infrastructure in the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough sub-region. The study had a focus on community energy, retrofitting buildings and land use planning. Discussions were guided by a multidisciplinary panel of senior academics from the University of Cambridge with individual expertise in engineering, architecture, public policy, economics, public health and land use....
  • Extraterrestrial Nature Reserves
  • 29 April 2022, Paul, Smith
  • Terraforming Mars requires establishment of essential, ecosystem services on a planet currently unamenable to Terran species. Shorter term, assembling Terran-type...