Hans Zauner - August 16, 2022
The h-index is a metric that was invented to summarise the publication output and impact of researchers. In a new GigaScience article, authors from the University of New South Wales (Australia) adopt the controversial metric to explore systematic differences in research interest (taxonomic bias), using mammals as an example.
Scott Edmunds - March 17, 2016
What does Obama, mysteries hidden in Brazilian leaf litter, and state-of-the art 3D imaging technology have in common? Find out more in GigaBlog.
Scott Edmunds - October 28, 2013
Announcing a new collaboration with Pensoft to create a multi-dimensional species description for the cyber-centipede using microCT, sequincing data and more