Announcing – Wearable Technologies

Cambridge University Press is pleased to announce a major new open access journal, Wearable Technologies, the first journal dedicated to publishing original research and industrial developments related to wearable devices.


Watch: Why shaking your head will NOT remove water from your ear

Removing water from your ear canal by shaking requires an acceleration 10 times that of gravity according to research from Sunny Jung at Virginia Tech (now Cornell).…


The challenges of openness, transparency and impact in a data-driven world

Data science is a broad, interdisciplinary field being that in the UK is being shaped by the activities of the Turing Institute.…


Why do some psychiatrists thrive and not others?

The RCPsych Article of the Month for October is from BJPsych Bulletin and is entitled ‘Personal resilience in psychiatrists: systematic review’ by Ranjita Howard, Catherine Kirkley and Nicola Baylis.


Making the roadmap public: Cambridge Open Engage

We’re making the roadmap for Cambridge Open Engage public. Here’s the explanation for why we’re doing this: What is Cambridge Open Engage?


Is Extinction Rebellion the answer to our prayers?

Throngs of young (and not so young) people refusing to pretend that the human race is not in the most serious crisis it has ever faced.…


Journals Update 2019/2020

The upcoming year sees exciting change for Cambridge University Press’s journals line-up. In this blog post is a preview of brand new launch titles, titles that are switching to a fully Open Access model, and changes to how the Journal of Fluid Mechanics is published.…


Librarian Perspectives: Professor Katsunori Iino, University of Bukkyo, Japan

An interview with Professor Katsunori Iino, Library Specialist, the University of Bukkyo, Japan Q: You have an unusual job title, at least to Western eyes.…