Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine Advocates for Research to Improve Mental Health Services

Heightened awareness of concepts relating to both mental health and mental illness are essential to ensure that appropriate and well resourced mental health services are provided for those in need.…


Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences for Global Mental Health

World Mental Health Day is observed on 10 October every year, with the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing efforts in support of mental health.…


Toxic splash: Russian rocket stages dropped in Arctic waters raise health, environmental and legal concerns

Looking skyward at midday on 16 February 2016, a US serviceman at Thule Airbase in northwest Greenland shot a brief amateur video.…


The role of rare innate immune cells in Type 2 immune activation against parasitic helminths

The latest Paper of the Month in Parasitology is The role of rare innate immune cells in Type 2 immune activation against parasitic helminths by Dr.…


Exploring astronomical evolution with SPICA

Understanding the origin and evolution of galaxies, stars and planets are among the most fundamental objectives of Astronomy. Although a suite of space and ground-based telescopes have allowed impressive advances in recent years, our knowledge is still far from complete. In a suite of whitepapers for PASA we explore some of the key scientific breakthroughs that could be made with the Space Infrared Telescope for Cosmology and Astrophysics (SPICA).


Nanofibres in a spin

Nano-materials are seen as the future in fields as diverse as medicine, technology and chemistry, but the methods used to create them are not yet fully understood.…


Global Animal Law – an introduction to the symposium

In this post, Anne Peters gives us an overview of the Symposium on Global Animal Law: Animals Matter in International Law and International Law Matters for Animals that is now published open access by AJIL Unbound.…


Meet the Editorial Board for Personality Neuroscience: Q&A with Dean Mobbs

The lab of Dean Mobbs Ph.D. uses a mixture of brain-imaging, computational modeling and behavioral techniques to probe the neurobiological systems responsible for fear and anxiety.…


Conservation implications for the Himalayan wolf Canis (lupus) himalayensis

Himalayan wolves form an evolutionary distinct wolf unique to the high altitude ecosystems of the Himalayas and the Tibetan Plateau. These wolves face many threats from illegal poaching due to depredation and traditional uses of body parts to habitat encroachment by livestock and associated decreasing wild prey populations.…


Profile: Erika Banski, Carleton University Library, Canada

Erika Banski is Head of Cataloguing and Collection Maintenance at Carleton University Library, Ottawa, Canada Erika Banski was working as a librarian in the former Yugoslavia (now Serbia) when the Bosnian War began.…


Skipping breakfast does not result in increased overall energy intake (EI)

The Nutrition Society Paper of the Month for September is from British Journal of Nutrition and is entitled ‘Effect of breakfast omission and consumption on energy intake and physical activity in adolescent girls: a randomised controlled trial'  Authors: Julia K. Zakrzewski-Fruer, Tatiana Plekhanova, Dafni Mandila, Yannis Lekatis and Keith Tolfrey present the key findings to their paper below.


Perspectivas bibliotecarias: Ángela María Mejía Gutiérrez, Directora del Sistema de Bibliotecas de la Universidad de los Andes

Para celebrar el primer cumpleaños de Cambridge Core, hemos lanzado, Perspectivas bibliotecarias, una serie de entrevistas con bibliotecarios de todo el mundo.…