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Our focus for today, as part of Biology Week, is epidemics. View our interactive timeline below, highlighting some epidemics from… Read more »
In support of Biology Week, we’re taking age-related neurodegenerative disorders to centre-stage.
Daniel Chan, the Editor-in-Chief of Clinical Proteomics and an international expert in cancer biomarker research provides a global… Read more »
Jan Kitajewski, the Editor-in -Chief of Vascular Cell highlights his important research breakthroughs in Notch signaling, shares… Read more »
Biology Week is upon us and we want to test your knowledge of a very important biological topic. Antimicrobial resistance is a big… Read more »
Editor-in-Chief of Cancer Cell International reveals his thoughts on cancer research, including what led him to specialize in this… Read more »
Dr. Hiroshi Nishiura, Editor-in-Chief of Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling, discusses what the current biggest epidemics… Read more »
Srimathy is the Executive Publisher for Parasites & Vectors, Malaria Journal and other microbiology/ infectious diseases journals at BioMed Central.
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- Scientists of the Future: Rebecca Ansorge talks to us about her research on the gut microbiome - 10th February 2022
- Quiz: so you think you know biology? - 6th October 2018
Let me ask you all a question. What have fungi ever done for you? Well, from that slice of toast you had for breakfast to… Read more »