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The London Underground is a crowded and closed environment with frequent visitors - this type of environment can act as a hot-spot for spreading… Read more »
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Today we announce the winning entries from our BMC ‘Research in progress’ photography competition. In this blog we reveal the… Read more »
• Choosing a women’s health career • (Cost-)effectiveness of an internet-based physical activity support program (with and… Read more »
Young aphids piggyback on adult aphids to reach safety quicker, and what is even more interesting is that adults actually try to… Read more »
When scholarship is turned into practice: a product counterfeiting research project now codified in an international standard
A new International Standards Organization (ISO) publication on product counterfeiting and fraud is featuring two articles… Read more »
We are delighted to announce that Chemistry Central Journal, a journal that has served the chemistry community as a trusted… Read more »
Food studies provide better insights into important societal processes involving economics, health, politics, history, and the… Read more »
We talk to Sunil Krishnan, the new co-Editor-in-Chief of Cancer Nanotechnology.
We introduce Sunil Krishnan as the new co-Editor-in-Chief of Cancer Nanotechnology and welcome the journal to the BMC family.