Which winter wheat variety is more adaptable to climate warming?

The paper “Low-tillering winter wheat cultivars are more adaptable to late sowing“, published in the Journal of Agricultural Science, has been chosen as the latest Editorial Highlight.…


What explains the politics of foreign direct investment (FDI) policy?

Since multinational enterprises (MNEs) orchestrate 80-90 percent of global trade through complex value chains, policies governing the conditions of these MNEs’ direct investment profoundly influence how countries integrate into transnational economic networks, the development trajectory of those economies, and the overall structure of the global economy.…


Can we improve outcomes for teenagers with social anxiety disorder treated in NHS CAMHS services?

The April BABCP Article of the Month is from Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy and is entitled “Delivering cognitive therapy for adolescent social anxiety disorder in NHS CAMHS: a clinical and cost analysis” by Eleanor Leigh, Cathy Creswell, Paul Stallard, Polly Waite, Mara Violato, Samantha Pearcey, Emma Brooks, Lucy Taylor, Emma Warnock-Parkes and David M.…


Digital Learning, Transitioning to Open Access and the Future of Libraries: Find out what happened at the UKSG 2021 Virtual Conference

The three-day event drew global attention and pushed conversations on academic publishing to a larger scale. Find out what you may have missed from Cambridge.


Medieval Ethiopia, ‘Antiquity’, and African Archaeology

The opportunity to showcase some of the exciting archaeological research currently underway on medieval Ethiopia in a journal as widely read as Antiquity is important.


QualityRights Gujarat: Reforming mental health systems

The RCPsych Article of the Month for April is ‘Systematic evaluation of the QualityRights programme in public mental health facilities in Gujarat, India’ and the blog is written by Authors Soumitra Pathare, Jasmine Kalha.…


The Suspect behind the Rise in Facial Nerve Palsies

The latest Paper of the Month from The Journal of Laryngology & Otology is “A rise in facial nerve palsies during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic“, by M.…


Machines Learning Control

A new study in the Journal of Fluid Mechanics by an international team of scientists is on the cutting edge of research.