Wild and wishful: The emergence of heathlands as anthropogenic assemblage

The North Eurasian inland heaths are open landscapes, dominated by evergreen sclerophyllus plants, most typically Calluna vulgaris L. (Hull). These thrive in the Atlantic humid climate on sandy acidic soils.…


The influence of contrasting liming products on poorly drained acidic soils

Soil acidity and poor nutrient use efficiency are major limiting factors effecting many soils. Lime is applied to counteract soil acidity and improve nutrient availability and, in turn, improve agricultural output and productivity.


Neighborhood Life, Migration, and Social Infrastructure in Teotihuacan’s Southern Periphery

Teotihuacan is well known within Latin American archaeology and is critical to our understanding of the Classic period in Mesoamerica, when it was the largest city in the Americas and most influential polity within the culture area (ca.…


Looking back to move forward: two decades of advancing company guidance on how to operate in complex environments

The increased importance of human rights due diligence (HRDD) in conflict affected areas or contexts that otherwise have a complex security situation was recently highlighted in the UN Working Group’s report Business, human rights and conflict-affected regions: towards heightened action UNWG 2020.…


Shining a light on parasite behavior: daily patterns of Argulus fish lice

The latest Paper of the Month for Parasitology is “Shining a light on parasite behaviour: daily patterns of Argulus fish lice” and is freely available for one month.…


ChemRxiv re-launched on Cambridge Open Engage

We are delighted to announce ChemRxiv has been re-launched on our early open research website Cambridge Open Engage today, Thursday 17th June 2021!…


Calling All Low Intensity CBT Practitioners to Share Their Expertise and Knowledge

Low Intensity CBT Practitioners, such as Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs) working within the IAPT programme, continue to make a significant contribution to the mental health landscape.…


Plague in Medieval Cambridgeshire

Sometimes archaeologists are forced to study what they can identify, even when they recognize that it is not representative. One instance of this concerns burials of people who died of plague during the Black Death in the mid-14th century and later outbreaks.