Monthly Archives: August 2009

BMC-series hits the headlines

The BMC-series dominated the news in the past month. Research ranging from walking bats to the age-prioritized use of antivirals during an influenza pandemic proved to be popular stories in the international media. A BMC Infectious Diseases article in which researchers warned that antiviral drugs ‘should not be wasted on the elderly’ was featured in… Read more »


Repository Fringe, Edinburgh Wrapup

Graham and Michael attended the 2nd Repository Fringe in Edinburgh, July 30th and 31st. It was a great opportunity to meet and discuss all things repository with fellow developers, administrators and users of repositories, with delegates coming from all over the UK and some from further afield. An excellent wrapup of the event can be… Read more »