Today, BMC Ecology announces the winners of our seventh Image Competition. Here we share our overall winning images - enjoy!
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- Seventh BMC Ecology Image Competition: the winning images - 7th August 2020
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- Sleepy animals, hunters and lizards that can (possibly) change sex: the Wildlife Research and Conservation 2019 conference - 7th January 2020
Grieving parents and what they need to know when their babies are stillborn • CoCites: a citation-based search method for scientific literature • Playing… Read more »
Sleepy animals, hunters and lizards that can (possibly) change sex: the Wildlife Research and Conservation 2019 conference
BMC Zoology recently attended the Wildlife Research and Conservation 2019 (WRC2019) conference in Berlin. organized by the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and… Read more »
We are delighted to announce that the 7th annual BMC Ecology image competition launches today! Submit your images for a chance to highlight your research,… Read more »
BMC Bioinformatics recently attended the annual Intelligent Systems for Molecular (ISMB) meeting in Basel, Switzerland which, this year, was held jointly with… Read more »
Lights out, lets dance! • Supporting access to healthcare for refugees • WhatsApp in medical education • Fishing for iodine • Image of the month
Big toenail and hair samples can measure fluoride exposure •Existential suffering and assisted suicide in Switzerland •Near fatal Intoxication by e-liquid… Read more »
Today, BMC Ecology announces the winners of our 2018 Image Competition. Here we share our overall winning images - enjoy!
Celebrating Human Rights Day • Do opioid treatment policies prevent opioid-related hospital readmissions? • A new self-assessment tool for cancer patients… Read more »
In a paper recently published in BMC Evolutionary Biology, an international team of scientists describes how evasion of host immunity by a clonal variant of the… Read more »