The deadline for the BMC "Research in Progress" photo competition has now been extended to Sunday the 17th September.
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Due to rapid changes in influenza viruses and the relatively short duration of protection of the influenza vaccine, the vaccine is offered annually. Influenza… Read more »
The BMC "Research in Progress" photo competition is well under way but there’s still time to get your entries in.
July 28th marks Word Hepatitis Day and aims to raise awareness of the global burden of viral hepatitis. This year’s theme is #showyourface to eliminate… Read more »
New research published in Parasites & Vectors finds that climate change may negatively effect cold water fish whilst benefiting their parasites. In the… Read more »
New research published in Cognitive Research: Principles & Implications finds that people can only detect a fake image of a real word scene 60% of the time… Read more »
Breast Cancer Research and Breast Cancer Now are excited to announce the winning images of the breast cancer research image competition! As well as… Read more »
A study published today in BMC Public Health finds that vitamin D deficiency is highly prevalent across multiple professions, particularly shift work and indoor… Read more »
Written by Tina Harseim, Head of Social Media, Springer Nature and Gregory Goodey, Research Analyst, Springer Nature. The data from this survey has been made… Read more »
This year's scientific breast cancer image competition - in partnership with the UK’s largest breast cancer charity, Breast Cancer Now and the leading breast… Read more »