Everyone knows academic writing has too much jargon. Except that not everyone agrees. An article in The Chronicle of Higher Education by legal scholar Cass Sunstein defends scholarly verbiage against its critics – and cites a paper co-authored by Professor James Unwin in the name of worthwhile jargon. Unwin’s paper will appear in The Journal of High Energy Physics, and is available on the open access arXiv preprint repository. Be prepared to encounter five-syllable words if you click the link!