Scott Edmunds - July 18, 2023
Field notes of the early-20th century entomologist Johanna Bonne-Wepster have been digitized as part of the GigaByte vectors of human disease series
Scott Edmunds - February 28, 2023
GigaScience Press is pleased to announce GigaByte journal is now indexed in the NLM PubMed and PubMed Central (PMC) databases.
Scott Edmunds - November 28, 2022
GigaByte this week marks the first time multilingual articles have been simultaneously published in English, Spanish and Ukrainian. Showcasing a novel and award winning feature from our publishing platform.
Scott Edmunds - July 4, 2022
We are pleased to announce GigaByte journal has been shortlisted as a finalist in the 2022 ALPSP (Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers) Awards for Innovation in Publishing.
Scott Edmunds - June 14, 2022
New GigaByte series of vector-borne diseases data papers just out, including mosquitoes, sandflies, ticks, and kissing bugs, supported by GBIF and the WHO
Scott Edmunds - May 31, 2022
Citizen Scientists share and publish Mosquito Alert data as part of our GigaByte (& GBIF & TDR supported) series on vector-borne diseases.
Scott Edmunds - April 21, 2022
Author Q&A with Julien Wist talking about his interactive coffee dataset just published in GigaByte that features a NMRium browser.
Scott Edmunds - January 18, 2022
Tune in to the GigaByte and GBIF webinar that uncovers the details of the TDR sponsored call for data papers describing datasets on vectors of human diseases.
Hans Zauner - December 20, 2021
This end-of-the-year festive summary is different from previous ones: For the first time, we can look back at a full publication year of our new baby, GigaByte journal. The older sibling GigaScience will also get the attention it deserves, before celebrating its 10th birthday in 2022. Let’s first have a look at how the new […]
Scott Edmunds - November 17, 2021
GigaScience Press partnering with GBIF are supported by TDR (hosted at the wHO), to release a special issue for publication of new datasets presenting biodiversity data for research on vectors of human diseases.