Top 100 Scientific Reports microbiology papers from 2017

We've brought together our most highly-accessed microbiology articles from last year into a free-to-access Collection.

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Apr 12, 2018
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Click here to explore the most widely-read microbiology research published in Scientific Reports in 2017. Featuring authors from across the globe, including members of our Editorial Board, this Collection showcases research that's highly valued by the international microbiology community.

Congratulations to the featured members of Scientific Reports' Editorial Board: Joy Scaria, Zoltán Oltvai, Carlotta De Filippo, James Boedicker and Ji-Zheng He.

Scientific Reports published more than 2,000 microbiology papers in 2017, so a position in the top 100 most highly-read articles is a notable achievement.


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Suzanne Farley

Research Integrity Director, Springer Nature

Genetically-British Australian. Joined Nature Publishing Group in 2003. Spent 10 years in the Nature Reviews Division, and 5 years at Scientific Reports. Joined the Springer Nature Research Integrity Group in August 2018. Degree in Environmental Science, PhD in plant physiology and molecular biology (U Newcastle, Australia). Likes coffee, running, swimming, writing, parenting and my Kindle.

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Apoorva Jnana 8 months ago

Hello, Is the link broken? Because I'm not able to access it from my university (India). 

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Suzanne Farley 8 months ago

So sorry for the downtime, Apoorva. There's a technical problem at our end that's being worked on now. We hope the Collection will be available again very soon. I'll let you know when it's back. Best wishes, and apologies again. Suzanne.

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Apoorva Jnana 8 months ago

Okay, Thank you!

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Suzanne Farley 8 months ago

Sorry again for the downtime, Apoorva. The problem has now been fixed. Best - Suzanne