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- New report reveals growing confidence in open access quality - 18th August 2015
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- Get up, stand up – the risks of sedentary behavior - 19th June 2015
Our blog network has had a makeover. With new research blogs, and improved search and navigation, find out more about what’s changed.
Were you too busy enjoying the delights of the season to read our December blogs? Not a problem, as we’ve pulled together the pick of the bunch for you to… Read more »
There were posts on everything from diabetes to chemical sterilization in dogs across our blogs in November. Catch up on our most popular posts here:
At the start of November, the Editorial Board of the Journal of Biomedical Science gathered for a very special board meeting, marking the journal’s 20th… Read more »
Sadat Bogobire is Clinical Year 2 at the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, part of University of Development Studies in Ghana. He’s also currently a… Read more »
October was a busy month on the BioMed Central blogs, so here are some of the top posts for you to browse through at your leisure.
Following on from yesterday, here’s the second of our two posts marking the 10th anniversary of some of our journals. As it's Open Access Week, we… Read more »
Our new journal Climate Change Responses launches today, and to mark the occasion, we’ve asked co-Editor-in-Chief Frank Seebacher to tell us all about it.
We have a whole host of journals celebrating their 10th anniversaries this year. To mark such a special occasion, and as part of Open Access Week, we asked some… Read more »