Today, BMC Ecology announces the winners of our 2018 Image Competition. Here we share our overall winning images - enjoy!
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Interview with Professor Gabriel Richet • Review of systems medicine in cardiovascular disease • Correlation between poor diet and smoking • Comparing… Read more »
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BMC Genetics recently attended the Chromatin and Epigenetics EMBO Conference in Heidelberg, Germany. Held every two years, it provides a “hub” for… Read more »
Launch of BMC Rheumatology • Changing environmental conditions causes physical and molecular changes in tomatoes • Rediscovery of the African wolf •… Read more »
Earth day is celebrated every year on April 22nd. Its aim is to raise awareness of environmental issues. Here, the Editor of BMC Plant Biology marks the… Read more »
2016 was an exciting year for BMC Genetics, which published a wide range of interesting articles. Here are just a few of the Editor's favorite picks.
Grapes, rice, tomatoes and pomegranates - these just a few of the subjects showcased in this collection of beautiful pictures published in BMC Plant Biology… Read more »