1. BIOESSAYS (Wiley): Targeting cancer's weaknesses (not its strengths)

  2. BIOESSAYS (Wiley): How wasting is saving

  3. BIOESSAYS (Wiley): Stress-induced cellular adaptive strategies

  4. BIOESSAYS (Wiley): Why do the well-fed appear to die young?

  5. BIOESSAYS (Wiley): Metagenomic insights into the human gut resistome and the forces that shape it

  6. BIOESSAYS (Wiley): Transfer and functional consequences of dietary microRNAs in vertebrates

  7. BIOESSAYS (Wiley): Mechanisms of organ left-right asymmetry patterning

  8. BIOESSAYS (Wiley): Circadian rhythms and mood

  9. BIOESSAYS (Wiley): Carbohydrate metabolism during vertebrate appendage regeneration

  10. BIOESSAYS (Wiley-Blackwell): Are nicotinic acetylcholine receptors coupled to G proteins?

  11. BIOESSAYS (Wiley-Blackwell): Mountaineering pericytes - A universal key to tissue repair?

  12. BIOESSAYS (Wiley-Blackwell): Processing of snoRNAs as a new source of regulatory non-coding RNAs

  13. JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY (Wiley-Blackwell): Podcast - Summer 2012

  14. BIOESSAYS (Wiley-Blackwell): Hedgehog signaling as an antagonist of ageing...

  15. BIOESSAYS (Wiley-Blackwell): The role of ECSIT in Alzheimer's disease

  16. MARINE ECOLOGY (Wiley-Blackwell): The Dayton Legacy

  17. GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY - BIOENERGY (Wiley-Blackwell): The Ethics of Biofuel - Part 2 of 2

  18. GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY - BIOENERGY (Wiley-Blackwell): The Ethics of Biofuel - Part 1 of 2

  19. OIKOS (Wiley-Blackwell): Interview w/ Jeremy Fox (Subject Editor, Oikos) about the Oikos Blog

  20. OIKOS (Wiley-Blackwell): Interview w/ Jeremy Fox (Subject Editor, Oikos) about the ESA 2011

  21. SYSTEMATIC ENTOMOLOGY (Wiley-Blackwell): Virtual Dissection: From the Dead to the Living

  22. GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY - BIOENERGY (Wiley-Blackwell): The Potential for Agave

  23. GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY - BIOENERGY (Wiley-Blackwell): Switchgrass improves soil quality

  24. PHYSIOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY (Wiley-Blackwell): Houdini fly inflates head to break walls.

  25. ETHOLOGY (Wiley-Blackwell): Male post-ejaculatory mounting in the ring-tailed lemur