Deconstructing COVID-19 false dichotomies – identifying tomatoes varieties ready for global warming – using wearable devices to avoid solitary deaths – effect of growing old in areas with lower sunlight exposure on the incidence of colorectal cancer – safety and feasibility of oral-fecal microbiota transplantation for the treatment of ulcerative colitis.
Monthly Archives:August 2021
Research integrity is an important driver of reliable and trustworthy research, and includes issues such as reproducibility and replicability.BMC Research Notesin collaboration with theUK Reproducibility Networklaunched acollectionon this topic and invites contributions from researchers across the scientific spectrum.
In celebration of the launch of BMC Ecology and Evolution, we are delighted to announce the winning images of the 2021 photography competition. Many congratulations to all our winners! The competition attracted entries from researchers all around the world eager to use their creativity to highlight their work and capture biodiversity, how it arose and why…Read more »
The effect of COVID-19 on athletes with disabilities; treatment options for dogs with osteoarthritis; characterizing mutant p53’s effects of chromatin accessibility; understanding inequalities in accessing affordable and healthy food in the USA; improving the fit of re-used N95 and KN95 masks using 3D printing