Collection of papers from the "Focused Topic Meeting on Endocrine Disruption Chemical (EDC) Testing; Risk Assessment Approaches and Implications" held in February 2014
The "GCB 2016 Collection" contains preprints of research work that will be presented at the German Conference on Bioinformatics (GCB) 2016.
Proceedings of the 13th Annual Meeting of the Bioinformatics Italian Society. Held June 15-17, 2016, University of Salerno, Italy
The 37th AMLC scientific meeting was held in May 2015 on Curacao. This five day meeting focused on the ecological complexity of the Caribbean that provides countless opportunities for students of community ecology, as well as a similar number of challenges for managers of these ecosystems. Participants were encouraged to share new findings on the fundamental workings of intact or degraded coral reef ecosystems, and adjacent ecosystems such seagrass beds, mesophotic communities, and mangrove areas.
A collection of published preprints and peer-reviewed articles on the Zika virus
This collection consists of abstracts from research presented at the International Urban Wildlife Conference that took place May 17-20, 2015 in Chicago, IL USA
This collection consists of short papers presented at OGRS'2016 organized by the Research Institute for Geo-hydrological Protection (IRPI) and the University of Perugia. It takes place October 12-14, 2016 in Perugia, Italy.
Proceedings of the conference "Predator-Prey Dynamics: From Theory to Management conference", April 2016.
This Collection consists of contributions to the fourth 'Understanding Chimpanzees' symposium, "Chimpanzees in Context", 18 – 20 August 2016 in Chicago, USA. The abstracts presented in this Collection are those accepted for the open-call ePoster session, which will be held on August 19th 2016 at Lincoln Park Zoo.
Proceedings of the tenth “Bioinformatics and Computational Biology in Campania”
This Collection consists of contributions to the X-th MKNOL (Interdisciplinary Conference on Drug Research and Development) Conference
In March 2014, the Daniel Goodman Memorial Symposium was held to honor the work of the late Dr. Daniel Goodman and to discuss environmental science and ecological management under the theme, “Decision-Making under Uncertainty: Risk Assessment and the Best Available Science.” This contains some of the talks from that symposium.
This collection of 10 articles represents some of the most noteworthy agricultural science research which PeerJ has published through November 2015. The list was compiled by examining a range of article level metrics - many are already highly cited, many have been widely tweeted, and many have had a high number of page views.
This Collection consists of contributions to the second Mares Conference on Marine Ecosystem Health and Conservation, which will take place from the 1st-5th February 2016 in Olhão, Portugal.
This collection of 10 articles represents some of the most noteworthy genomics research which PeerJ and PeerJ PrePrints have published through Oct 2015. The list was compiled by examining a range of article level metrics - many are already highly cited, many have been widely tweeted, and many have had a high number of page views.
This collection of 10 articles represents some of the most noteworthy marine biology research which PeerJ and PeerJ PrePrints have published through Sept 2015. The list was compiled by examining a range of article level metrics - many are already highly cited, many have been widely tweeted, and many have had a high number of page views.
Selected papers from the "Semantics, Analytics, Visualisation: Enhancing Scholarly Data" (SAVE-SD 2015) workshop.
This Collection consists of contributions to the 63rd Symposium for Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy, and 24th Symposium of Palaeontological Preparation and Conservation
Microbiology is the study of microscopic organisms and includes many sub-disciplines such as virology, mycology, parasitology, and bacteriology. PeerJ is pleased to have published some outstanding work in microbiology and this Collection represents some of the most noteworthy papers we have published, as of August 2015.
The "GCB 2015 Collection" contains preprints of research work that will be presented at the German Conference on Bioinformatics (GCB) 2015 at the University Alliance Ruhr, TU Dortmund campus, September 27-30, 2015.
This Collection contains articles published in PeerJ which report on the biology of the Hawaiian archipelago. Although predominantly made up of marine biology articles, the Collection includes articles and preprints which report on any aspect of the two Hawaiian bioregions.
Bioinformatics is an interdisciplinary area that develops methods & software tools for understanding biological data. As such it studies biological data using elements of computer science, statistics, mathematics and engineering. PeerJ is pleased to have published some outstanding work in Bioinformatics, and this Collection represents some of the most noteworthy papers we have published, as of June 2015.
This Collection contains the abstracts and other articles resulting from the "2nd International Conference on Medical Education Informatics" (MEI 2015), Thessaloniki, Greece, 18th - 20th June 2015.
Cell Biology is the study of cell structure and function and is closely related to areas such as genetics, biochemistry, developmental biology, molecular biology and immunology. PeerJ is pleased to have published some outstanding work in Cell Biology, and this Collection represents some of the most noteworthy papers we have published, as of May 2015.
The MSW is a triennial meeting for discussions on every aspect of biology, ecology, management and conservation of Mediterranean seagrasses. This Collection contains submissions to the 2015 meeting.
The Symposium on Turtle Evolution is a triennial meeting for discussions on every aspect of turtle evolution and systematics.
This Collection celebrates the two-year anniversary of PeerJ publishing their first articles. It features twenty 'staff picks' chosen from our 2014 peer-reviewed articles.
The academic study of 'Animal Behavior' attempts to comprehend the actions and interactions of different animal species within diverse ecosystems. This collection of articles represents some of the most noteworthy 'animal behavior' research which PeerJ has published from launch through November 2014.
Paleontology, the study of life which existed prior to the Holocene Epoch, is a topic which fascinates both trained scientists and the general public. This collection of articles represents some of the most noteworthy paleontology research which PeerJ has published from launch through Oct 20th 2014.
The 13th International Conference on Bioinformatics (InCoB2014) was held in Australia for the first time, Brighton Beach in Sydney, 31 July-2 August, 2014. The conference theme was “Translational Bioinformatics” and this collection represents a sample of the bioinformatics activity from the Asia-Pacific region.
Corals and coral reefs host great biological diversity, they are early indicators of environmental change, and they are increasingly under threat. This collection of articles represents some of the most noteworthy coral research which PeerJ has published through 15th September 2014.
The Encyclopedia of Life (EOL) includes content on more than 1.3 million of the approximately 1.9 million named species. These resources are already providing ready reference material for scientists around the world. However, can they enable larger-scale informatics approaches to biodiversity science?
This Collection consists of contributions to a Festschrift on the occasion of the retirement of Prof. Gaston H. Gonnet. It contains original papers and surveys covering the broad and diverse areas of Prof. Gonnet's work, including bioinformatics, symbolic and numeric computation, algorithms, text analysis, computational science, and high-performance computing.
The vision of the Human Motion Project is to become a successful analogue of the Human Genome Project: improving human health by an open collaborative technology platform for the mobile medical monitoring of human motion.
This Collection celebrates the one-year anniversary of PeerJ publishing their first articles. Staff combed through the 500 articles published so far in both PeerJ and PeerJ PrePrints, and picked out 20 personal highlights which represent the scope and diversity of the articles we have published to date. Some articles have over 25,000 views; some already have a significant number of citations; some represent major new findings; some are important papers in open data and open science; some of the PrePrints...
InCoB (the International Conference on Bioinformatics) is a meeting with the objective of providing a platform for bioinformaticians in the Asia-Pacific region to exchange their ideas and recent advances in bioinformatics. Its organizer is APBioNet (The Asia Pacific Bioinformatics Network), which is an organization for promoting bioinformatics in the Asia-Pacific region by producing and provisioning bioinformatics resources such as databases, software, training, education and standardization guidelines....
This Collection contains the output of the Third International Whale Shark Conference (IWSC3), which took place 6-10 October 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia USA to explore and disseminate the most recent scientific and conservation advances pertaining to the world’s largest fish species. Distributed throughout the tropical oceans of the world, the whale shark is a gentle giant, filter-feeding on plankton and other small pelagic animals and migrating on vast oceanic scales. It was long thought to be a solitary...
Infant colic is a very common disorder of the first three months of life in healthy infants and the worldwide incidence is 20-30% of all pediatric visits. The most common symptom of infantile colic is fussing and inconsolable crying associated with aerophagia and leg contractions occurring in the late afternoon and evening due to abdominal pain in otherwise healthy infants younger than 3 months of age. Pediatricians differentiate this condition from other diseases (gastroesophageal reflux, otitis,...
Coral reefs worldwide are in decline, likely as a result of human carelessness and exploitation. This has been documented by a multitude of studies conducted over the last few decades. But it becomes even more obvious just by looking at different reef locations along a gradient of human exposure. Past and upcoming expeditions to the Central Pacific, particularly to the Line Islands, provide an undeceiving picture of how anthropogenic influence – even as marginal as on those remote islands – changes...