2015 has been another stellar year for BMC Bioinformatics. Here we look back at five of the articles published this year that have drawn the most attention from our readers.
In 2015, BMC International Health and Human Rights has published some very interesting articles that spurred the debate on health and human rights. As the New Year is approaching, let’s have a look at the top 5 articles published during the past 12 months.
BMC Public Health published a vast array of exciting research in 2015, with highly accessed articles covering a range of widely discussed topics. Here, we present an overview of some of the journal’s most frequently read articles of the year.
While space is lacking to discuss all of the excellent research published by BMC Evolutionary Biology in 2015, here we look back at the 10 articles (in chronological order) which attracted the most attention from our readers over the last 12 months.
2015 has been a great year for BMC Developmental Biology, and what better way to celebrate than with some beautiful images? Highlighted here are twelve of the most interesting images from articles published in BMC Developmental Biology this year. We hope that you enjoy them and we look forward to many more great articles and images in 2016!
In 2015 BMC Psychiatry published over 300 papers covering a wide range of exciting topics. Now that 2016 is upon us, we highlight the most popular papers (in chronological order) published during the past 12 months in the journal.
To mark the launch of BMC Family Practice’s new thematic series on comorbidity and multimorbidity, Section Editor Carolyn Chew-Graham provides some personal insights on the challenges patients with multiple conditions pose to general practitioners in this guest blog.
In Australia, feral cats have caused decline of some native mammals, but their time of introduction and origin is still unclear. Research recently published in BMC Evolutionary Biology aimed to investigate the origin of feral cats to Australia and co-author Katrin Koch explains more in this guest blog.
Publishing today in BMC Evolutionary Biology, author Wouter van Dongen explains more about their research findings and how black swans in urbanized areas may be braver due to a ‘bold genotype’.
BMC International Health and Human Rights today published research investigating the knowledge and attitudes of health professionals on female genital mutilation and cutting (FGM/C). Rachel Cunningham-Burley tells us more about this global issue, and what is being done to prevent the practice.