Profile cover photo
Profile photo
BMC
2,641 followers -
The Open Access Publisher
The Open Access Publisher

2,641 followers
About
Communities and Collections
View all
Posts

Post has attachment
Public
There remains an urgent need to build knowledge among health workers and improve capacity to cope with neglected tropical diseases. More in the blog:

Post has attachment
Public
Today is World Food Day! Find out more about the day. and the strive towards #ZeroHunger, on this page: http://bit.ly/2ysUFu1

Post has attachment
Public
When co-founding a new colony, ant queens may bury other queens to avoid fungal infection. This job is normally done by worker ants, and this blog explains the significance of this:

Post has attachment
Public
Using modelling data, an attempt is now being made to understand how and why parasites, by definition harmful, can be become protectors:

Post has attachment
Public
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and this year we’re marking the occasion with a quiz to test your knowledge of breast cancer and highlight some of our fantastic oncology research: http://bit.ly/2wULpeG

Post has attachment
Public
On World Thrombosis Day, we invited Tetsumei Urano, an Associate Editor for Thrombosis Journal to tells us about the conditions that the day focuses on.

Post has attachment
Public
Biology Week begins, so use your brain to take on our Big ‘Building Blocks of Biology’ Bamboozler http://bit.ly/2yb0yeY

Post has attachment
Public

Post has attachment
Public
Alistair P. McGregor & colleagues analyzed the genome of the common house spider Parasteatoda tepidariorum and we have found evidence for a WGD in the lineage leading to spiders. He discusses the research in this blog:

Post has attachment
Public
Taking a broad view of research impact - Cancer Research UK now accepts preprints in grant applications:
Wait while more posts are being loaded