On Parliament’s decision to vacate the Palace of Westminster

Edward J. Gillin, author of The Victorian Palace of Science, discusses the history of the Palace of Westminster. Parliament’s recent decision to vacate the Palace of Westminster, passed in the House of Commons by 236 to 220 votes, might not be that surprising given the estimated £5.6 billion cost of modernizing the building.  But historically speaking, this really is a surprise.…


Meet the Editors of Advances in Archaeological Practice

The editors of Advances in Archaeological Practice are delighted to share with you the first issue in the journal’s sixth volume year.…


India Paper Development Workshop takes Management Organizational Review in exciting new direction

A two-day paper development workshop organised by the journal Management and Organization Review (MOR) took place at the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) on 17th and 18th January 2018.…


The Global Livestock Environmental Assessment Model (GLEAM)

The animal article of the month for February is ‘Invited review: a position on The Global Livestock Environmental Assessment Model (GLEAM)‘ The livestock sector is one of the fastest growing subsectors of the agricultural economy and it makes a major contribution to global food supply and economic development.…


Hydrogen: fuel of the future?

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe. And as the race to find energy sources to replace our dwindling fossil fuel supplies continues, hydrogen is likely to play a crucial role.


Innovation and the State: Finance, Regulation, and Justice

What if the greatest challenge facing regulation today is not erratic executive action, or lack of political will, or under-resourcing (though of course these matter)?…


Special JMO Issue for 2017 – an insight into indigenous entrepreneurship

Our last issue of JMO for 2017 was running a bit late but this special issue on Indigenous Entrepreneurship is well worth the wait.…


Mary Buckley on writing The Politics of Unfree Labour in Russia

Professor Mary Buckley, Governing Body Fellow at Hughes Hall Cambridge, speaks to CUP about her motivation, research and writing process for her new book The Politics of Unfree Labour in Russia: Human Trafficking and Labour Migration.  She has taught Soviet and post-Soviet politics and society in Edinburgh and London in the UK and enjoyed visiting research affiliations in the USA and Russia.…


Boozing baby boomers: alcohol the sixth largest cause of ill health in people aged 50-69

Alcohol is fast becoming one of the most common causes of illness in over-50-year-olds, according to an editorial published in The British Journal of Psychiatry today.…


Does sanctioning of benefit claimants drive them to need help from food banks?

In 2013, the proportion of benefit claimants being sanctioned reached record levels. Over 6% of jobseekers were having their out-of-work benefit payments stopped each month for a minimum of four weeks, and many more were going without payment while their decisions were under appeal.…


Gallery of Fluid Motion video contest

Every year the Gallery of Fluid Motion video contest features the newest and most beautiful research in fluid dynamics – get an inside look at some of this year’s entries and hear from the researchers responsible.…


JFM Symposium Bangalore

As the Social Media Editor for JFM, I was kindly asked to document the first-ever JFM Symposia: From Fundamentals to Applied Fluid Mechanics that took place in the three Indian cities of Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai in December 2017.…