A year on from our bumper 15 years of open access celebrations, it’s once again time to celebrate everything open access with Open Access Week 2016.
Open science, open perspectives
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Flatfish are one of evolution’s more bizarre creations. Yet recent research has suggested their apparently unique morphology may have evolved more than once.… Read more »
An interview with Heino Stöver on the European Joint Action’s work on infectious diseases in prisons
The Joint Action on HIV and Co-Infection Prevention and Harm Reduction (HA-REACT) addresses knowledge gaps in the prevention of HIV and co-infections including… Read more »
BugBitten celebrates its 3rd birthday this month, so lets look back at some of our memorable blogs and the people behind these blogs...
Guest blogger Julie Potyraj discusses 'The Internet of Things' and how we can harness it to improve our healthcare.
A study published today in BMC Medicine, reports on an association between maternal pre-pregnancy body mass index and newborn telomere length. Here, author… Read more »
Having recently published a debate article in the Journal of Compassionate Health Care, Joanna Goodrich explores the nature of compassion in healthcare,… Read more »
Last week marked the inaugural meeting of the hugely ambitious Human Cell Atlas project. In attendance was Chief Editor of Genome Biology, Louisa Flintoft. Here… Read more »
As a publisher we rely on our expert journal editors and we simply couldn’t publish without them. One of the ways in which we support these valuable people is… Read more »