Male or female? Challenging evidence of sex differences amongst dinosaurs

A paleontologist at the Canadian Museum of Nature is countering decades of studies that assert that some dinosaurs can be identified as male or female based on the shapes and sizes of their bones.


Rethinking the English Revolution of 1649

When the axe fell on 30 January 1649, cutting short the troubled life of King Charles I, one eyewitness claims that there followed ‘such a groan’ from the crowds of spectators ‘as I never heard before and desire I may never hear again’.…


Kids’ Wildlife Preferences Differ from Island to Mainland

Growing up on an island or mainland location can shape the way children think about wildlife, including which species they prefer, according to North Carolina State University research, published in Environmental Conservation. Comparison surveys of children living in the Bahamas and in North Carolina reveal significant differences and potential challenges for wildlife-conservation efforts on islands.


The growth and development of Cambridge Core: what’s changed since launch?

Great user experience is at the heart of everything we do with Cambridge Core. From the very start of development, the needs of our users and customers have been our central focus with regular user-testing and consultation with the community.…


The impact of residual herbicides on Fall-seeded cover crops

Cover crops are attracting widespread attention for the benefits they provide in crop rotations, especially for soil health. However, many growers of corn and soybean crops know it can be challenging to establish fall-seeded cover crops.


ICLQ Annual Lecture 2017: ‘The Right to Life and the International Law Framework Regulating the Use of Armed Drones’

There has been increased controversy in recent years surrounding the use of armed drones and their implication on the right to life.…


Celebrate six months of Cambridge Core with free access to content

Cambridge Core turned six months old in March! To celebrate this milestone, we’re delighted to share free access to a range of chapters and articles from over 20 subject areas.…


Introducing Quaternary Research – an interdisciplinary journal

Quaternary Research has a nearly 50-year, distinguished history of publishing articles of interdisciplinary interest on the evidence for Quaternary climatic and environmental change, as well as its effects on landscapes, ecosystems, and human populations, and many significant articles have been published in the journal over the years.