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A recent paper reviews the sources of chemical contaminants in food around the world and how contamination can be monitored and prevented in future.

Researchers found that Streptomyces from extreme environments could be a potential source of new antibacterial and anticancer drugs.

Research Spotlight: Honey as an antibacterial agent

Honey as an antibacterial agent

Science | Researchers

A recent review investigates the factors affecting the antibacterial potency of honey and its potential to combat antibiotic resistance.

Research shows that Pereskia bleo demonstrates high antibacterial activity against some food-borne bacteria.

Prof Hiroki Sayama, Chief Editor for open access journal Complexity, and Alexander Siegenfeld, PhD student and author of Article of the Year 2020 for...

This educational webinar hosted in collaboration with Charlesworth explores the many ways in which researchers can increase their chances of their...

You’ve all heard our mission statement by now: science works best when research is open. But just what exactly are we doing to make scientific...

ResearchGate and Hindawi announce partnership to extend reach of open access research.

Mental health survey among reproductive healthcare providers reveals particular areas of low awareness in terms of symptoms and treatment.

Are you looking for early-career guidance? Then look no further than our editor interview videos.

“Conversations with a Hindawi Editor” is a new webinar series discussing how we can best work together to maximize the impact of your research and...

Celebrating Peer Review Week 2021: what does identity and inclusion in peer review really mean?

Article of the Year Award: Outstanding research contributions of 2021, as selected by our Chief Editors. Read the winning articles.