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2016 Glenn Sonnedecker Prize Winning Article

  • 27 Jul 2018,
  • Laura Phillips Sawyer has been selected to receive the 2016 Glenn Sonnedecker Prize for her article, “California Fair Trade: Antitrust and the Politics of “Fairness” in U.S. Competition Policy".

2016 Henrietta Larson Article Award Winner

  • 27 Jul 2018,
  • Sean H. Vanatta's article “Citibank, Credit Cards, and the Local Politics of National Consumer Finance, 1968–1991" has won the 2016 Henrietta Larson Article Award.

2018 PROSE Awards - Earth Science

  • 23 Feb 2018,
  • We're thrilled that "Earth History and Palaeogeography" was the winning title in the Earth Science category at the PROSE Awards 2018 and "Salt Tectonics: Principles and Practice" received an Honorable Mention for the category.

Enterprise and Society to Launch New Fifth Issue

  • 16 Nov 2017, by Andrew Popp
  • Enterprise and Society to Launch New Fifth Issue Enterprise and Society: The International Journal of Business History and Cambridge University Press are pleased to announce an exciting new initiative designed to extend the reach and impact of business history by promoting interdisciplinary dialogue and tackling the most pressing questions within and beyond the field

Impact Factors continue to rise in 2017

  • 28 Jun 2017,
  • Cambridge University Press is pleased to announce that Impact Factors have risen by an average of 18.4% in the 2016 Journal Citation Reports (Clarivate Analytics, 2017).

Deceived by Orchids listed in IHR top 10 articles and books from 2016

  • 09 Jan 2017,
  • Deceived by Orchids: Sex, Science, Fiction and Darwin by Jim Endersby is listed in The Institute for Historical Research's recently published "ten of the most interesting articles and books” of 2016.

Alaska could lose massive icefield by 2200

  • 04 Oct 2016,
  • Study says Alaska could lose massive icefield by 2200

Rise of the Mesozoic sea dragons

  • 20 Sep 2016,
  • New research published in the journal Paleobiology by palaeobiologists from the University of Bristol shows that marine reptiles such as ichthyosaurs and plesiosaurs burst onto the scene, rather than expanding slowly into their ecosystems.

Testing ideas about the evolution of long-necked sauropod dinosaurs

  • 20 Sep 2016,
  • Research reveals how sauropods may have been able to bear such tremendous loads without causing injury or compromising mobility.

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