What does it mean to do good archaeological interpretation?

If you’re new to the field of archaeology, still learning the basics of the discipline, the chances are that your experiences of archaeological interpretation are relatively limited.…


A Year of Peer Review…in Review

It could go without saying that peer review is central to quality at Cambridge University Press, given that it has been a tool for providing valuable feedback to authors, improving the quality, and validating results for many years at the Press. But it is exactly that centrality and enduring value that makes it even more important for us to speak often about how we support our Editors and Editorial Boards in maintaining a high level of quality in in their decision-making and adapt to today’s peer review needs.…


Co-management of protected areas: How does it help mitigate and prevent conflicts from escalating?

Although protected areas serve as refuges for wild plants and animals, they are also places of negative human–wildlife interactions, or conflicts.…


Why Treatments Are Not As Effective As We Think

Evidence-based medicine (EBM) is the cornerstone of modern clinical practice. Health care professionals trust in clinical trials to provide evidence on how to treat illnesses.…


Access to papers from ICM 2018 prize-winning mathematicians

The biggest prizes in mathematics are awarded every four years at the International Congress of Mathematicians. In celebration of these esteemed award winners, we are pleased to offer access to a selection of journal papers and book chapters written by the Chern and Fields Medal winners.…


How reliable are nutrition related mobile apps?

There are several nutrition-related applications, which have as the main objective: "providing feedback, goal-setting for healthy eating, healthy cooking, self-monitoring of energy and nutrient intake, weight tracking, social planning and change" and the choice of places to eat.


Changes in breakfast and dinner timings can reduce body fat

Modest changes to breakfast and dinner times can reduce body fat, a new pilot study in the Journal of Nutritional Science reports.


Why Revisit the Early Modern Canon?

The thing about canons is that they seem sacred. Challenging them, even revisiting them, can seem heretical. Facing these facts is the first step in addressing the intransigence of the early modern philosophical canon. Step two involves noticing just how much the canon leaves out.


Cambridge University Press to publish Renaissance Quarterly for the Renaissance Society of America

Cambridge University Press is partnering with the Renaissance Society of America (RSA) to publish Renaissance Quarterly, the leading American journal of Renaissance Studies.…


Special Issue of the Cognitive Behaviour Therapist on Complexity within Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

When I first took over as Editor-in-Chief of the Cognitive Behaviour Therapist (tCBT), I was extremely excited to hear that there was already a planned (and almost completed) forthcoming Special Issue on Complexity in Cognitive Behaviour Therapist (CBT) being Guest Edited by Claire Lomax and Stephen Barton from Newcastle University, UK (Lomax & Barton, 2017).…


Genomics in heavy pigs unravels a dry-cured ham tale of quality and tradition

The animal article of the month for September is ‘Genome wide association studies for seven production traits highlight genomic regions useful to dissect dry-cured ham quality and production traits in Duroc heavy pigs‘ Heavy pig production chains are very important sources of niche pork products, particularly in several European countries with long traditions in processed products.…


A day in the life of a Library Sales Executive

Q & A with Louise Deane – Library Sales Executive   You are a Library Sales Executive – how long have you done this for and what regions do you cover in your role?