New book to help improve science communication in Africa is now available

Script book
Script’s new book aimed at helping to improve the communication of science in Africa has now been published. The book is available for free electronically and to buy in paperback in the CABI Digital Library. ‘Science Communication Skills for Journalists: A Resource Book for Universities in Africa,’ is edited and…
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Human—Animal Interactions journal joins CABI’s publishing portfolio

Human—Animal Interactions – an open access interdisciplinary journal devoted to the dissemination of research in fields related to interactions between non-human animals and their human counterparts – has joined CABI’s publishing portfolio. The expanded journal is created from the Human Animal Interaction Bulletin (HAIB) which was launched in 2013 as…
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First articles published in CABI One Health journal

The first articles in the new CABI One Health journal have now been published – stressing the interconnections between humans, animals, plants, ecosystems and their shared environment. Among the first four articles published are an editorial, ‘To meat or not to meat: A One Health perspective on animal-source food consumption’,…
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New CABI Digital Library supports research and learning in agriculture, the environment and the applied life sciences

CABI Digital Library
CABI has launched the exciting new CABI Digital Library – which will showcase all of CABI’s content in one location – on Atypon’s award-winning online publishing platform, Literatum. The move is the first step in CABI’s plans to migrate all its publishing content into one platform to make it easier…
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CABI book on invasive birds wins wildlife publication award

A CABI-published book exploring the global trends and impacts of 32 species of invasive birds has won the ‘Edited Book’ category of the 2022 The Wildlife Society’s Wildlife Publication Awards. The Society’s Wildlife Publication Awards recognize excellence in scientific literature of wildlife biology and management issued within the last three…
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New study highlights challenges to pumpkin and watermelon production in Uganda

A new study published in the CABI Agriculture and Bioscience journal highlights that pests, diseases, and drought, are the main challenges to pumpkin and watermelon production in Uganda. A range of recommendations are presented to help the country’s pumpkin and watermelon farmers increase their yields to help improve their livelihoods…
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