New fossilized burrow indicates Cretaceous underwater insects utilized similar feeding methods as modern insects

Mayflies, present in many modern freshwater streams, are often known by their mass hatches in which large numbers gain wings and fly in the air for as little as one day to procreate before dying.…


Study reveals a wide and diverse cephalopod fauna in the Canary Current Large Marine Ecosystem

An extensive review of cephalopod fauna from the Northwest African Atlantic coast was performed by researchers from the University of Vigo (Spain) and the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO).…


Keeping up with ‘Collector’: Further notes on mobile GIS data collection

New digital technologies have been a boon to archaeological field recording as attested by the growing literature on the use of mobile devices, GIS, satellite imagery, and other digital tools.…


How do we work with the University of Cambridge? Publishing Ethics & Research Integrity

We speak to Jen Wright, Research Services Manager at Cambridge Univeristy Press, and Rhys Morgan Head of Research Policy, Governance and Integrity at the University of Cambridge, about Publishing Ethics and Research Integrity across our oganisations.…


Rix’s Expert Psychiatric Evidence

This week at London’s Central Criminal Court, or the Old Bailey as it is known, I was asked by another expert why the judges all wear black robes instead of the colourful dress of other circuit judges and why they are addressed as ‘My Lord’ or ‘My Lady’ instead of ‘Your Honour’.…


Preventing harm related to CBT supervision

The January 2021 British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Article of the Month is from the Cognitive Behaviour Therapist and is entitled “Preventing harm related to CBT supervision: a theoretical review and preliminary framework” by Derek Milne Reflecting on this review paper, I feel like making a confession.…


Housing Justice in pandemic times

While the pandemic’s effects on health, livelihoods and economy is dominating the public debate, its effect on housing has not gained much visibility.…


Building your own virtual dinosaur

Extinct dinosaurs are popular subjects in many CGI-animated movies, documentaries and TV shows, but how they are portrayed as living, breathing animals often depends on a lot of guesswork.…