Monthly Archives: November 2018
Can you tell when someone is lying? What clues are you looking for that might give them away? At this year’s SpotOn event in London, Chris Street presented an interactive demonstration of just how difficult it is to spot lies and how the obvious visual clues we might associate with lying, simply don’t exist.
Visualizing proteins involved in cell regulation in breast cancer tumors is an important step towards understanding and fighting the most widely diagnosed cancer in women. Sarah Boyle’s winning photo from last year’s ‘Research in progress’ photo competition captures the active form of a protein that increases as cells start to become invasive. In this Q&A we speak to her about her research, what winning the competition meant, and advice for this year’s entrants.
Since our open-access portfolio in BMC and SpringerOpen started collaborating with Figshare, Additional Files and Supplementary Information have been deposited in journal-specific Figshare repositories, and files available for the Journal of Cheminformatics alone have been viewed more than ten thousand times. Yet what is the best way to make the most of this data and reuse the files? Journal of Cheminformatics challenges you to think about just that with their new upcoming special issue.