Schistosomiasis then and now; what has changed in the last 100 years?

Centennial Reflections – a distinguished parasitologist reflects on a paper published in their field in Parasitology 100 years ago A paper entitled “Bilharziasis in Natal”, published in Parasitology in 1918 by Dr F.…


Where mite flies lay eggs? Environment mediated parasite avoidance during Drosophila ovipositing.

The latest Paper of the Month for Parasitology is Where mite flies lay eggs? Environment mediated parasite avoidance during Drosophila ovipositing. by Collin J.


Prehistoric puma poo reveals oldest parasite DNA ever recorded

The paper: “Ancient parasitic DNA reveals Toxascaris leonina presence in Final Pleistocene of South America“ is freely available for a month.…


Parasitological research in the molecular age

The latest Paper of the Month for Parasitology is ‘Parasitological research in the molecular age‘ by Christian Selbach, Fátima Jorge, Eddy Dowle & Robert Poulin Technological developments often provide new tools for scientific advances.…


Plan S and our progress to an open future

In May, cOAlition S updated their implementation guidelines for Plan S following a consultation period. The revised guidelines provide useful clarity on a number of points, and give us a firmer idea of how the journals we publish can comply with Plan S.…


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.…


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?


Product co-creation: together we can build something wonderful

Co-creation is not a new idea. For years companies have been seeking advice from their customers about how they can improve their products and services, either by asking directly, by quietly listening, or by learning from data.…