News for March, 2016

MARCH 31, 2016

Very Short Introductions across Science and Mathematics

Watch our video to find out how you can move from superconductivity and the animal kingdom, to plate tectonics and the Ice Age ...

MARCH 29, 2016

10 facts you should know about moons

David A. Rothery runs through ten of the most surprising facts about moons ...

MARCH 24, 2016

What's new in March 2016

Find out more about the four new books which are now available online ...

MARCH 23, 2016

The trick of the lock: Dorothy L. Sayers and the invention of the voice print

Mike Goldsmith explores the literary history of sound activated locks ...

MARCH 7, 2016

Women mycologists

Nicholas P. Money explores the forgotten history of influential female mycologists ...

MARCH 4, 2016

Very Short Introductions across the Arts and Humanities

Watch our video to find out how you can jump from literary theory and modern war, all the way to metaphysics and Buddhism ...

MARCH 1, 2016

John Marshall, the lame-duck appointment to Chief Justice

R. B. Bernstein on the lasting influence of John Marshall's 34 years as Chief Justice ...