Fifteen years ago today, BMC Evolutionary Biology published its first article. To celebrate this anniversary, we look back at 15 of the most memorable images… Read more »
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Continuing our look back at BMC Evolutionary Biology in 2015, we highlight the 12 images that particularly caught our editors eyes.
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… Read more »
Obtaining research funding through traditional routes is becoming ever harder. Could alternative funding sources provide a solution? Charissa de Bekker… Read more »
New research, published this week in BMC Evolutionary Biology, finds that Mauritian stick insects originated in Australasia. This means their ancestors made an… Read more »
Whether giraffes can communicate vocally is a controversial topic. New research, published today in BMC Research Notes, finds the best evidence yet that they do… Read more »
Over 1400 biologists gathered in picturesque Lausanne, Switzerland last week for the 2015 meeting of the European Society of Evolutionary Biology. Also in… Read more »
Perhaps unsurprisingly, choosing just 15 images to highlight from the over 87,000 articles the BMC series has published over the last 15 years proved a… Read more »
As we continue our 15th birthday celebrations, we take a look back at the ten articles published in our first 15 years that have been accessed the most by our… Read more »
As the BMC-series celebrates its 15th birthday, we look back on 15 memorable images from papers published in our journals.