Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z: Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine.

From the Future Medicine website for the journal:

“3D printing, or additive manufacturing, is the process of making a 3D object from a digital file. 3D printing has been in use for several years in certain areas such as manufacturing, and the aerospace and automotive industries. Excitingly, 3D printing, and the related field of 3D bioprinting, is now being used in increasingly advanced ways in healthcare, allowing new levels of precision, personalization and cost efficiency.

“Published by Future Medicine, the Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine (ISSN: 2059-4755) is a peer-reviewed, print and electronic journal poised at the brink of an exciting new era in healthcare. Encompassing all aspects of bioprinting and 3D printing of relevance to medicine, the journal provides a forum for research, review and commentary in a fast-moving, inter-disciplinary research area.

“Key topics covered include:

  • 3D printing and bioprinting as they relate to:
    • Implants and prosthetics
    • Medical devices and device components, such as hearing aids, dental implants and surgical implements
    • Surgical guides
    • Tissue engineering
    • Organ replacement
    • Biological materials for drug and toxicity screening
    • Pharmaceutical research and fabrication
  • Regulatory and safety issues
  • Development of 3D printing equipment and technology
  • Patent and copyright issues
  • Health economics

“Spanning many fields, including biomedical engineering, medical devices, tissue engineering and biomaterials, the Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine presents key data and opinions as they emerge. Unsolicited article proposals are welcomed and authors are required to comply fully with the journal’s Disclosure & Conflict of Interest Policy as well as major publishing guidelines, including ICMJE and GPP3.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 1 (2017) to present.

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Essays in French Literature and Culture

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Essays in French Literature and Culture

From the Informit website for the journal:

Essays in French Literature and Culture was established in 1964 and was originally called Essays in French Literature; the new title reflects the evolution of research in French and Francophone studies in Australia. While focusing on Australian research, the journal is overseen by an editorial board spanning Australia, America, Britain, Canada and, of course, France.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 45 (2008) to present.

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Public Archaeology

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Public Archaeology

From the T&F website for the journal:

Public Archaeology is the only international, peer-reviewed journal to provide an arena for the growing debate surrounding archaeological and heritage issues as they relate to the wider world of politics, ethics, government, social questions, education, management, economics and philosophy. As a result, the journal includes ground-breaking research and insightful analysis on topics ranging from ethnicity, indigenous archaeology and cultural tourism to archaeological policies, public involvement and the antiquities trade.

Key issues covered:
• the sale of unprovenanced and frequently looted antiquities

• the relationship between emerging modern nationalism and the profession of archaeology

• privatization of the profession

• human rights and, in particular, the rights of indigenous populations with respect to their sites and material relics

• representation of archaeology in the media

• the law on portable finds or treasure troves

• archaeologist as an instrument of state power, or catalyst to local resistance to the state”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 1 (2000) to present.

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Linguistische Berichte

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Linguistische Berichte.

From the Ingenta Connect website for the journal:

“”Linguistische Berichte” is open-minded regarding linguistic subjects and methods, but attaches great importance to theoretical reasoning and empirical validation.

“Since its foundation in 1969 by Peter Hartmann and Arnim von Stechow, the journal is an academic forum where serious views within linguistics and similar fields of studies (psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, language acquisition and teaching, literary studies, philosophy, and computer linguistics) are discussed equally.

“The purpose is to provide an objective and critical documentation of linguistic developments. Besides, the forum is open for each level of scientific work, i.e. for everyone who is dealing with linguistic-based work (undergraduates, assistants, and professors).”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from number 205 (2006) to present.

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Tijdschrift voor Theologie

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Tijdschrift voor Theologie (on campus only)

From the Peeters Online Journals website for the journal:

Tijdschrift voor Theologie is edited by leading Dutch and Flemish theologians. This magazine not only answers current issues of faith and religion, but also discusses social issues.

Tijdschrift voor Theologie  publishes research results from all theology topics: religious sciences, exegesis, church and theology history, systematic theology and moral theology / ethics, practical theology, religious psychology, philosophy of religion and sociology.

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 47 (2007) to present.

On campus only access to Tijdschrift voor Theologie is available via the ejournals@cambridge A-Z or at this link.

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Journal of the Polynesian Society

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Journal of the Polynesian Society

From the journal website:

Journal of the Polynesian Society [publishes] papers from a wide range of social, cultural, indigenous and historical disciplines on topics related to the past and present lives and cultures of peoples of Pacific/Oceanic heritage, including those of the traditional cultural areas of Polynesia, Melanesia and Micronesia. This includes submissions in the areas of social anthropology, archaeology, ethnology, history, museum and material culture studies, Māori and Pacific Studies, linguistics and biological anthropology. The Journal is published quarterly and includes main articles (typically between 7000-10,000 words), shorter communications (4000 words or less), correspondence and book reviews.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from the journal website from volume 121 (2012) to present. Access from vol 1 (1892) to volume 122 (2013) from the JSTOR platform.

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Twentieth Century China

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Twentieth Century China.

From the Project Muse website for the journal:

Twentieth-Century China, a refereed scholarly journal, publishes new research on China’s long twentieth century. Articles in the journal engage significant historiographic or interpretive issues and explore both continuities of the Chinese experience across the century and specific phenomena and activities within the Chinese cultural, political, and territorial sphere—including the Chinese diaspora—since the final decades of the Qing. Comparative empirical and/or theoretical studies rooted in Chinese experience sometimes extend to areas outside China, as well. The journal encompasses a wide range of historical approaches in its examination of twentieth-century China: among others, social, cultural, intellectual, political, economic, and environmental. Founded as a newsletter in 1975, Twentieth-Century China has grown into one of the leading English-language journals in the field of Chinese history.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from the Project Muse platform from volume 33 (2007) to present.

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