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### Sub-communities within this community

• #### Darwin Correspondence Project

Exists to publish the definitive edition of letters to and from Charles Darwin, the most influential naturalist of the 19th century

### Collections in this community

• #### Cambridge publications from Router

This collection Camgridge publications received from the Jisc Publications Router
• #### Conrad Martens' Sketchbooks I and III

Sketchbooks from Conrad Martens' voyages, including particularly his time on the Beagle.

• #### Library Lectures

Lectures held at the Cambridge University Library

• #### Publications by Cambridge Library Staff

Including research papers, presentations and other items rated as valuable to be shared and preserved

### Recent Submissions

• #### First-Principles High Pressure Structure Searching, Longitudinal-Transverse Mode Coupling and Absence of Simple Cubic Phase in Sulfur ﻿

We use first-principles Density Functional Theory (DFT) to conduct an extensive structure search using the \verb|AIRSS| package for elemental sulfur in the range $50$-$550$ GPa. We then obtain the low-temperature phase ...
• #### From theory to experiments for testing the proximate mechanisms of mast seeding: an agenda for an experimental ecology ﻿

Highly variable and synchronised production of seeds by plant populations, known as masting, is implicated in many important ecological processes, but how it arises remains poorly understood. The lack of experimental studies ...
• #### Technical limits for energy conversion efficiency ﻿

(Elsevier BV, 2019-10)
To reach climate targets, unprecedented levels of energy efficiency improvements are required. To prioritise investments, it is necessary to know the energy saving potential associated with each action. Understanding the ...
• #### Essential Properties are Super-Explanatory: Taming Metaphysical Modality ﻿

This paper aims to build a bridge between two areas of philosophical research, the structure of kinds and metaphysical modality. Our central thesis is that kinds typically involve super-explanatory properties, and that ...