Gender-Submission Gap and Women’s Underrepresentation in Political Science Journals

Women are running for U.S. public office in record numbers, offering hopes of seriously tackling the gender gap in political representation.…


Engineering nature to make materials

New research published within MRS Bulletin explores how materials engineers are 'hacking life' using synthetic biology. This exciting new research could lead to sustainable solutions that benefit the health and technology industries.


Do governments maintain major policy changes?

The public sector serves a diverse citizenry across many different policy areas. To better serve their citizens, governments strive to develop routines and normalize service delivery.…


Professor Almudena Suarez introduces the EuMW 2017 special issue

Professor Almudena Suarez, Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Microwave and Wireless Technologies, discusses the European Microwave Week 2017 special issue.…


Quantum materials pave the path for synthetic neuroscience

Exciting new research published in MRS Bulletin reveals how quantum materials are being used within the field of neuroscience to demystify the inner workings of the human brain.


The Politics of Fighting Child Sex Trafficking in the United States

Very few issues win bipartisan support in today’s political climate. But child sex trafficking is one. Earlier this year, Congress passed two laws that allow states to criminally prosecute internet service providers who “promote or facilitate” prostitution of another person and allow individuals to sue internet service providers for civil damages for harm resulting from such actions.[1] These laws resulted from the efforts of a politically and ideologically diverse anti-child-sex-trafficking movement that included conservatives and liberals, feminists, evangelical Christians, and others.…


Investing in the future at a 484-year-old press

At Cambridge University Press, we recognize that the central promise of the Open movement—that an open scholarly ecosystem will accelerate the ability of research to solve problems—is of the highest importance to our communities.


Getting water out of your ears, cycling in echelons, and sailing physics

Get your summer sports kick with a peek at some of the latest research on sailing aerodynamics, cycling groups, and getting that pesky water unstuck from your ear after swimming!…