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Article of the Year: Discover impactful research published in 2022

In case you missed it, we're sharing highlights from Article of the Year.

Article of the Year 2022 showcased scientific excellence and impactful research from across 50 of our open access journals. We got to celebrate the work of some incredible authors and shout about their novel insights and findings. Here are just some of the highlights... 

Biological Sciences

The winning Biological Sciences articles cover findings across the fields of cellular and molecular biology, drug development, and environmental and agricultural science. Topics include ketogenic interventions in Parkinson's, gut microbiota in anticancer therapy, mesenchymal stem cell applications, the taxonomy of bacteria in the genomic era, and much more. 

Get a behind-the-scenes look at some of the winning articles and hear direct from four of the authors about where their fields are heading next in our recent blog post.  This includes "New Insights into the Taxonomy of Bacteria in the Genomic Era and a Case Study with Rhizobia", published in International Journal of Microbiology, which has a video summary.

Or for a quick overview of the findings from Dr. Florian Viehweger’s article, watch the video abstract for ‘Diagnostic and Prognostic Impact of Progesterone Receptor Immunohistochemistry: A Study Evaluating More Than 16,000 Tumors’. 

One of the other winning Biological Sciences articles was "Cutaneous Wound Healing: A Review about Innate Immune Response and Current Therapeutic Applications", by Yara Adib, Armand Bensussan, and Laurence Michel. Watch the short summary here

Mathematics & Engineering 

Winning articles in the Mathematics & Engineering category included studies on using recycled materials to improve the mechanical properties of compacted concrete, operational strategies for low-carbon supply chain under asymmetric information of fairness concerns operational strategies, and decoy-state quantum key distribution parameter optimization.  
See the full list of winning articles. 

To learn more about the challenges and opportunities that came with the studies on low-energy fall detection and warning systems for the elderly in nursing homes, and medical data clustering, read what the award-winning authors had to say in this blog post. 

Medicine & Health Science 

The winning articles span clinical medicine, physiology, veterinary medicine, and health sciences, including research dedicated to severe acute pancreatitis, sickle cell disease in children, alcohol use disorder, the stabilization of thoracolumbar instability in dogs and cats, and so much more.  
Discover the winning articles. 

We spoke with two of the winning authors, whose work covers the integration of a Tobacco Treatment Specialist into primary care and self-management in daily activities for spinal cord injuries. See what Amanda F. Meyer and Salma Begum said about why their research matters and where they see their fields heading next in the blog post. 

Or, get an audio summary of one of the winning clinical medicine articles, ‘Interaction of Hypertension and Insulin Resistance Exacerbates the Occurrence of Diabetes Mellitus in Healthy Individuals’. 

Physical Sciences 

Our Physical Science winning articles covered the fields of chemistry, earth and environmental sciences, materials science, and physics. 

Some of the research focused on the synthesis of benzimidazole-sulfonyl derivatives and their biological activities, optimization and characterization of pectin extraction with citric acid, daily univariate streamflow forecasting, lithium-ion battery separator applications, and UV-Vis Spectrophotometry. See the full list of winning articles. 


Congratulations to all of 2022’s winning articles


This blog post is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY). Illustration by Sam Jennings.

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