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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. 


New Book Reveals Surprising Ways Your Memory Really Works

The Psychology of Memory dispels the idea that memory lapses, like losing your keys, are a sign of poor memory; the book offers memory-boosting techniques to improve learning and recall.


Michigan State University Libraries and Taylor & Francis have announced a new open access partnership.

Michigan State University Libraries’ partnership with Taylor & Francis will allow MSU researchers to publish open-access articles in Taylor & Francis and Routledge journals.

New York Post

Majority of elite female athletes favor categorization by biological sex, research shows

Most elite female athletes support categorization by biological sex rather than gender identity, suggests a recent survey of 175 national, world-class sportswomen; it found views differed per sport.


Afraid of killer robots? AI can actually contribute to world peace

Artificial intelligence can be a vital tool to prevent conflicts and safeguard human rights, suggest experts in AI for Peace.

The Guardian

Only 40% of people in England trust their police force, research reveals

Trust in the police is low across England, particularly amongst women and people from ethnic minority backgrounds, suggests a recent survey.