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Role of foundation species on ecosystem functioning and stability
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Royal Society Publishing Oct 19
New research published in this week suggests that feeding pets raw meat-based diets is a potential source of transmission of antimicrobial-resistant bacteria
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Royal Society Publishing Oct 19
Female social rank impacts sexual interactions in red junglefowl
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SPARC Oct 14
International Open Access Week kicks off in seven days! Check out the website for graphics to use in your promo efforts:
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Society Publishers' Coalition Oct 14
We look at the history of and try to answer the question - why do society journals matter?
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Helen Dobson Oct 16
Wiley are expanding the number of journals using the transparent review workflow and other publishers are joining the pilot.
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Royal Society Publishing Oct 18
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Royal Society Publishing Oct 18
We're exciting to be working with on a new transparent peer review service, piloting on
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Giliandro G Silva Oct 17
Our article on duckweed disperse by gut passage through wildfowl was chosen the best international scientific article 2019 of my University. Very happy!
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Royal Society Publishing Oct 18
This week's issue of explores advances in , and the innovative technologies that could help us reduce aerodynamic noise.
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The Royal Society Oct 17
SLIPS and pitfalls: synthetic surfaces inspired by a pitcher pitfall trap: via
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Royal Society Publishing Oct 17
Making a comeback – South Atlantic humpback whales are recovering from centuries of exploitation thanks to 30 years of international protection. Read the paper published in this week
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Ioanna Mela Oct 17
This is my first co-corresponding author paper and I'm so excited that it's finally out! It was brilliant to work with everyone involved!
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The Turing Oct 17
Congratulations to Turing Doctoral student Andrew Burnie and co-author Emine Yilmaz, for their paper published this week in Royal Society Open Science : 'Social media and bitcoin metrics: which words matter.' Read it here:
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Diana Stojanovski Oct 16
Our latest review published in Open Biology provides a great overview into the amazing world of mitochondria! Written by a very talented first year PhD student Alex Anderson. Illustrated by another very talented PhD student .
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Phys.org Oct 16
'Industrial melanism' linked to same gene in three
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The Royal Society Oct 16
The latest volume of Biographical Memoirs is now available online. share some of the highlights, from early developmental genetics to the human genome project:
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Royal Society Publishing Oct 16
How do echolocate accurately whilst flying? New study shows how fruit bats stabilize their heads for a fixed sensory gaze
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Royal Society Publishing Oct 16
Good practice in peer review - read 's top tips for becoming an excellent reviewer. Do you have any to add?
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OpenAIRE Oct 9
💡 We know you've been waiting for this! Our webinar series is now open for registration. ➡️ Read more and register for the webinar(s) of your choice:
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