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Neurovascular Imaging has fully launched
The journalfocuses on a wide range of topics within neurology and neuroscience, including imaging in stroke, cranial vascular anatomy, and spine circulation. Read the latest articles and find out more about the journal, via this address http://www.nvijournal.com/
Tropical Medicine and Health is now open for submissions
This is the official journal of the Japanese Society of Tropical Medicine. It publishes original research reviews on all aspects of tropical medicine and global health. If you've worked on clinical, epidemiological, laboratory or policy research, submit your article now.
European Review of Aging and Physical Activity (EURAPA) has launched
This journal transferred to BioMed Central from Springer, having published as a subscription title since 2006. The relaunch was led by joint Editors-in-Chief Yael Netz (Israel), and Wiebren Zijlstra (Germany), and is published on behalf of the European Group for Research into Elderly and Physical Activity. EURAPA covers research on issues related to physical activity and aging across both biomedical and behavioral sciences. Visit the journal website to find out more.
As an increasing number of studies reveal that much of science is not able to be reproduced or replicated, BioMed Central launched the pilot of a new Minimum Standards of Reporting Checklist.
The checklist addresses three areas of reporting: experimental design and statistics, resources, and availability of data and materials.
As well as posting a blog to summarize the main features, a launch editorial was published, where BioMed Central staff and the Editors of GigaScience and Genome Biology stressed the need for ensuring the reproducibility of scientific work.