BMC Research Notes
Dear Prof CERASALE MORTEO,
Did you know that you can publish your 'dark data' in BMC Research Notes - single observations, short null results, orphan data and confirmatory results? We believe this data has value. It can save your peers time and contribute to your field's growing bank of knowledge.
Earlier in the year we made the decision to expand our scope to cover the physical sciences, engineering and mathematics, in addition to the life sciences and medicine. In this way we are ensuring that BMC Research Notes is the home for valuable data and incremental results across all fields of scientific research.
BMC Research Notes is recruiting new Associate Editors to join our Editorial Board. We are particularly interested in hearing from dedicated researchers with a background in physical sciences, mathematics and engineering.
For us, a suitable Editorial Board Member is committed to open access, data sharing and innovation in scholarly publishing. You should be curious and interested in handling manuscripts across a range of topics and enjoy the exposure to a great breadth of interesting research.
We are particularly interested in providing early career researchers with exposure and experience in editorial work and encourage applications from senior post-docs and early career academics with a good track record of scientific work.
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Find out how to submit those notes from your notepad; that experiment that didn’t quite work out; that algorithm that didn't provide expected results, and your hard-learnt lessons in the field.
The BMC Research Notes Team