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Science versus the virus: Science is saving millions of lives, but how is it so rapid, and why is the death rate so variable?
Estimates show millions of additional deaths have been averted, or avoided, as a result of scientific advances during the pandemic. In a paper in… Read more »
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This year BMC Ecology and Evolution followed the INTECOL 2022 congress online. INTECOL aims to act as an international advocate… Read more »
Breast Cancer Awareness Month runs for the whole of October and, once again, reveals the severity of this disease, and the huge… Read more »
Is there a link between population decline of rodents with anthropogenic disturbance and climate warming? What are the mechanisms… Read more »
Call for Papers! Introducing BMC Cancer’s New Collection: Extracellular Vesicles in Cancer Progression
Over the last few decades it has become clear that the cross-talk between neoplastic cells and the tumor microenvironment,… Read more »
Celebrating Peer Review Week at BMC: What’s next for Research Integrity and the Reproducibility Crisis?
John Ioannidis’ 2005 article Why Most Published Research Findings Are False was an uncomfortable wake-up call for the scientific… Read more »
The past few years have highlighted the importance of scientific research and communication as researchers from multiple… Read more »
The Editorial Board Member (EBM) of the month initiative, a series of interviews with selected EBMs took place between May 2021… Read more »
Pollution of our waters with plastic debris has been a major focus of how humans are putting pressure on our ecosystems. Research… Read more »