The Journal of Map & Geography Libraries is pleased to announce the winner of the 2016 Best Paper Award: “Terra Populus: Workflows for Integrating and Harmonizing Geospatial Population and Environmental Data,” by Tracy A. Kugler, David C. Van Riper, Steven M. Manson, David A. Haynes II, Joshua Donato, and Katie Stinebaugh.
Taylor and Francis today announce a new trial with Peerage of Science, offering a simpler, transparent peer review process across its portfolio of Botany, Ecology and Zoology journals.
A new guidance document provides best practices for TXA administration by Emergency Medical Services (EMS).
Our increasing reliance on the Internet and the ease of access to the vast resource available online is affecting our thought processes for problem solving, recall and learning.
Critical thinking and communication skills are valued most by employers hiring entry-level fisheries professionals.
'The Censoring of Menstruation in Adolescent Literature: A Growing Problem,' an article published in Women’s Reproductive Health, discusses the importance of “shedding the shame and secrecy” of menstruation in adolescent literature. While other “sensitive” topics of the past aren’t being censored in schools today, menstruation still is in many cases.
'Demystifying Menstrual Synchrony: Women’s Subjective Beliefs About Bleeding in Tandem With Other Women,' an article recently published in Women’s Reproductive Health, addresses the overlooked issue of why many women believe in menstrual synchrony. While there is a substantial body of scientific work on whether or not menstrual synchrony exists, far less work has examined why women believe in menstrual synchrony and the reasons they attribute to its existence. While there is empirical uncertainty as to the existence of menstrual synchrony, the results from this study reveal that women overwhelmingly endorse its occurrence.
If you are a fan of British comedy, you will no doubt have come across the institution that is Peep Show. 54 episodes spanning over a decade from 2003 – 2015, following the humorously depressing lives of protagonists Mark Corrigan and Jeremy Usbourne.
Taylor & Francis Group and the Research Council on Mathematics Learning (RCML) are pleased to announce a new publishing partnership. Beginning with the 2017 Volume, Taylor & Francis will publish and distribute RCML’s highly regarded journal, Investigations in Mathematics Learning, under the Routledge imprint. In […]