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Decent Biology

Analysis of more than two billion page views over nearly three years for Wikipedia articles for 31,751 species across 245 languages, by John Mittermeier, Uri Roll, Thomas Matthews and Richard Grenyer, reveals that more than a quarter of species show a seasonal pattern, and several online variations mirror real-world phenology.

Decent Medicine

In a modelling study, Iván Mejía-Guevara & colleagues investigate prospects for reductions in neonatal and under-5 mortality across sub-Saharan Africa, and assess the implications for Sustainable Development Goal targets. Read the Author Summary.

Decent Engineering

Engineering the Future (EtF) was created after the 2009 Commons Science and Technology Select Committee’s inquiry into the engineering profession. This inquiry found that “The engineering community’s approach to this inquiry has been coherent and co-ordinated, with the institutions working together

Decent Science

Engineering the Future (EtF) was created after the 2009 Commons Science and Technology Select Committee’s inquiry into the engineering profession. This inquiry found that “The engineering community’s approach to this inquiry has been coherent and co-ordinated, with the institutions working together

Mechanical Engineering

Engineering the Future (EtF) was created after the 2009 Commons Science and Technology Select Committee’s inquiry into the engineering profession. This inquiry found that “The engineering community’s approach to this inquiry has been coherent and co-ordinated, with the institutions working together

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