Faye is a Journal Development Editor for the BMC series of Springe Nature. She has a graduate degree in biology with a focus on endocrinology from the University of California, San Diego, and has worked as a researcher in academia and private industry before entering publishing
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On February 8th and 9th at the United Nations headquarters in NYC, the Royal Academy of Science International Trust held a program… Read more »
As we near the end of 2017, Dominique Morneau of Genome Biology highlights some of the editors’ favorite articles from the past… Read more »
Can urine be used as a practical source of electricity? Guest blogger Xavier Alexis Walter discusses a recent advance in scaling… Read more »
Fungal Biology and Biotechnology student prizewinner, Brian Lovett explains why fungi are the ultimate nemesis of insects. The… Read more »
Publishing in Journal of Nanobiotechnology, researchers use bioluminescent magnetic nanoparticles to allow imaging and… Read more »
Journal Development Manager at BMC
Alexander looks after BMC's animal and plant journals, with a special focus on marine sciences. On his downtime he can be found at live music and comedy, or running RPG's.
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In 1964 the Russian astronomer Nikolai Kardashev proposed a scale to measure the level of a civilisation’s technological… Read more »
Helen is part of the Biological Sciences publishing team at BioMed Central. She obtained her PhD in molecular ecology from the University of Glasgow, UK. Her post-doctoral studies in aquaculture genetics took her from Scotland to South Africa, before joining BMC in 2008.
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Microbial Cell Factories invites submissions to a special thematic series on Systems biotechnology and metabolic engineering, … Read more »