On the cover of HPL: High repetition rate and mass-production of the cryogenic targets for laser IFE

On the cover of HPL: ‘Review on high repetition rate and mass-production of the cryogenic targets for laser IFE’, by I.V.


My Top 5 Journal of Hellenic Studies Articles – Part I

When I was asked to name my top five Journal of Hellenic Studies articles, it seemed to me that the only way to get any kind of handle on the huge treasury of classic scholarship that the JHS archives contain would be to take a personal view.…


‘”The Big Bang”: Analysing the EU Enlargements’ Impact on National Labour Law’

In 2004, then President of the European Union’s European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, declared that “from fifteen – suddenly there were twenty-five, and finally, Europe had become ‘Europe’ again.” He was speaking, of course, about the European Union (EU) enlargement when, in May 2004 and fifteen years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, eight post-communist Central and Eastern European countries joined the European Union.…


Managing avalanche risk

Avalanches and mudslides are a common occurrence in mountainous regions across the world and they can often cause severe loss of property and life.…


The ‘Roman’ Modernism of Innocenzo Sabbatini’s Public Housing

Aristotle Kallis, Professor of Modern History at Keele University and one of the editors of PBSR, discusses his forthcoming article, ‘Rome’s singular path to modernism: Innocenzo Sabbatini and the “rooted” architecture of the Istituto Case Popolari (ICP), 1925-1930’, in Papers of the British School at Rome (2017), which will shortly be published via FirstView on the journal’s Cambridge Core web-page.…


#Cutting – The Scope of Non-Suicidal Self-Injury (NSSI) on Instagram

Non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI), like cutting or burning of the skin, is common among adolescents. In recent years, social media has become increasingly important, with Instagram being the second most popular social media platform for adolescents.…


Amino acid utilization by growing pigs

In the coming decades, the world population is expected to increase. This increase will result in a growing demand for food products, especially for animal protein.


Camera Traps Reveal Crop-use Behaviour in African Elephants

Researchers have published a new study in the journal Oryx that employed camera traps to investigate crop use by African elephants along the boundary of Udzungwa Mountains National Park in south-central Tanzania.