Monthly Archives: August 2018

The ‘SEAHA CDT collection’ in journal Heritage Science


This blog post has been cross-posted with permission from SEAHA-CDT. The original version can be read here. Following multiple successful publications, we are pleased to announce that SEAHA now has its own collection within journal Heritage Science; ‘The SEAHA-CDT collection’. The SEAHA CDT collection showcases research papers produced by students  studying at our Centre for Doctoral Training, Science…

Driving under age: assessing the behavior of older adults behind the wheel


With the increasing average age of many populations, the growing number of older drivers can be cause for safety concern. Dr. Qian (Chayn) Sun and colleagues analyzed driving behavior using an interdisciplinary approach, and concluded that an individual’s ability to drive depends on much more than their age. The study was published in the European Transport Research Review.

Impacts of concurrent marijuana and alcohol use on driving safety – Winner of the Jess Kraus Award

Car Crash with police

The Jess Kraus Award is given each year to the authors of the best paper published in Injury Epidemiology. This year’s winner- Interaction of marijuana and alcohol on fatal motor vehicle crash risk: a case–control study– was selected as it demonstrates novelty, simplicity, and clarity while also having the potential to impact population health. In this guest blog, Managing Editor Barbara Lang, chats with the lead author of the study, Mr. Stanford Chihuri on the importance of the paper.