Since its launch in 2013, the AllTrials campaign has achieved a lot in Europe and has been a strong and powerful voice for advocating the registration and… Read more »
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With greater awareness in the difficulties in making scientific research more reproducible, numerous technical fixes are being suggested to move publishing away… Read more »
One in four black men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. One in twelve will die from it. These shocking facts were published in BMC… Read more »
BMC Ecology is excited to announce the winners of its third image competition! We hope that you enjoy them...
Mohamed Shebl’s graceful shot of a Palestine Sunbird scoring some nectar from an Echinops flower was chosen as the overall winner for this year’s BMC… Read more »
A Commentary published in Trials provides interesting thoughts on how clinical trials might adapt to use cloud computing. But what risks would need to be… Read more »
Regular guest blogger Bryony Graham explains that although being a scientist can sometimes be frustrating, it's also incredibly rewarding.
The science of childhood obesity: moving the field forward through the study of both individual behaviors and environmental factors
This week, the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity published a new supplement about the science behind childhood obesity. Here,… Read more »
Today, on World Hepatitis Day, we would like to share with you a special article collection looking at hepatitis research from around the world. By showcasing… Read more »