In the News

Check out some of the latest press coverage of the groundbreaking research and knowledge that we publish here at Taylor & Francis.  Links to all sources and to originally published journal articles and books have been provided for convenience below. 

Scientific American

Scientists Decipher 57 Letters That Mary, Queen of Scots Wrote before Her Beheading

A series of coded letters, written by Mary Queen of Scots, have been unearthed in a French museum. A team of cryptologists deciphered the manuscripts, which have been missing for centuries, to reveal her thoughts during imprisonment before her execution.


Taylor & Francis supports Open Pharma initiative

Taylor & Francis becomes the latest official Open Pharma initiative supporter, a shared commitment to open research principles, connecting pharma with publishing industry innovations, thereby increasing transparency and accessibility.

Times Higher Education

John Hattie: fashionable teaching methods are a distraction

Homework and classroom sizes have less impact on learning outcomes than engaging teaching. Renowned teaching expert, John Hattie, explores insights from over 130,000 studies in “Visible Learning: The Sequel, emphasizing the need to change education culture.


Influencers may be giving teens misleading sexual health advice

Social media influencers giving inaccurate sexual health advice could put teens at risk of unplanned pregnancies. The Health Communication article suggests that you’re more likely to find anti-hormonal contraception information rather than safe sex.

The Guardian

Elite universities aren’t hotbeds of ‘wokery’: our research shows they’re rife with racism and classism

Elite Universities and the Making of Privilege provides research-based insight into how top universities in the UK and the US uphold gatekeeping systems, further legitimizing race and class inequalities.