Q&A with Professor Bijay K. Sultanian, author of Gas Turbines

Professor Bijay K. Sultanian participates in a Q&A with us about his book Gas Turbines: Internal Flow Systems Modeling – part of the Cambridge Aerospace Series.…


War in cities: How to treat the disease without killing the patient?

Fighting in cities today causes immense suffering, massive displacement and enormous reconstruction costs. How can devastation on this scale be avoided in the future?


Analytical Mechanics

Professor Nivaldo A. Lemos takes part in a Q&A "It is hoped that, besides imparting the fundamental notions of analytical mechanics to fill the needs of most students, the book may prepare and persuade some readers to immerse themselves more deeply in, what I believe to be, a beautiful subject."


Quantum Field Theory for Economics and Finance

Author Belal Baaquie discusses his new book: Quantum Field Theory for Economics and Finance: "Quantum field theory (QFT) has been my primary domain of research. I was inspired to look beyond its applications in physics by the work of K. G. Wilson, who applied QFT to the classical phenomenon of phase transitions. I was convinced that uncertainty in the social sciences could also be similarly modeled by QFT".


Q&A with Professor Holger Babinsky, the new Editor-in-Chief of The Aeronautical Journal

Q. What do you think is distinctive about The Aeronautical Journal? A. The Aeronautical Journal (in its various previous forms) is the longest-running scientific journal devoted to Aeronautics.…


News from Canadian Journal of Law and Society / La Revue Canadienne Droit et Société

Hot off the presses: The CJLS editorial team is excited to announce the release of its most recent annual special issue: “Decolonizing Labour Law — Contributions to an Emergent Transnational Labour Law,” guest edited by Canada’s leading expert on transnational labour law Adelle Blackett.…


JFM Symposia 2017: Bangalore, India

In 2017, the Journal of Fluid Mechanics held their first series of mini-symposia organised by editorial board members from the journal and world-class researchers based in India – notably Bangalore, Chennai and Mumbai.…


Related content trials on Cambridge Core

Following the feedback from our customers, we are excited to announce two trials for related content have started on Cambridge Core!


A promising approach to optimize pig genomics

The animal article of the month for November is ‘Genotype imputation from various low-density SNP panels and its impact on accuracy of genomic breeding values in pigs‘ The rapid increase in the world population, which is expected to reach 9.8 billion in 2050, needs to be accompanied by a substantial increase in food production.…


2018 MRS Bulletin Postdoctoral Publication Prize Announced

MRS Bulletin is pleased to announce that Hortense Le Ferrand has been selected to receive the 2018 MRS Bulletin Postdoctoral Publication Prize. This award recognizes postdoctoral researchers for their intellectual merit, the impact of their research and scholarship, and their interest in science writing and communication.


Refugees, migrants, IDPs: Protecting people on the move—without distinction

‘It is not the movement of persons that is the problem, it is the movement of persons without the protection of fundamental rights and norms.’ Thus concludes the published report on Forced to flee: A multi-disciplinary conference on internal displacement, migration and refugee crises, supported among others by the ICRC and held last November at SOAS, University of London.


Soviet famines roundtable published in Contemporary European History

The editors of Contemporary European History are delighted to present this roundtable on the Soviet famines of the 1930s, which brings into conversation leading scholars from around the world working in the field of Soviet history.