npj Microgravity: 2018 year in review

In honor of everything we accomplished this past year, I've put together a list of some of our most talked about publications of 2018 (based on Almetric scores). Enjoy!

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In 2018, we accomplished so much in our journal, npj Microgravity:

We received our first set of journal metrics, which includes:


In honor of everything we accomplished this past year, I've put together a list of some of our most talked about publications of 2018 (based on Almetric scores):

Limitations in predicting the space radiation health risk for exploration astronauts - featured in 9 news outlets, including Science Newsline and Nanowerk, and gained 33 Mendeley readers and 3 citations so far

Simulated microgravity attenuates myogenic differentiation via epigenetic regulations - featured in 9 news outlets and 1 blog, including Science Daily and Asian Scientist, and gained 12 Mendeley readers and 2 citations so far

Biomedical findings from NASA’s Project Mercury: a case series - featured in 7 news outlets, including Discover Magazine and The Verge, and gained 4 Mendeley readers and 2 citations so far

Simulated microgravity and the antagonistic influence of strigolactone on plant nutrient uptake in low nutrient conditions - featured in 25 news outlets and 4 blogs, including several news stations and Technology.org, and gained 11 Mendeley readers

The influence of gravity and light on locomotion and orientation of Heterocypris incongruens and Notodromas monacha (Crustacea, Ostracoda) - featured in 4 news outlets and 1 blog, Tweeted by 15 users and 9 Mendeley readers

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Marie-Elizabeth Barabas

Managing Editor, Springer Nature

I'm an interdisciplinary neuroscientist with a research background in peripheral sensory/pain research, retinal development, and stem cell research. As the Managing Editor of npj Microgravity, my role is to assist the editorial process, implement editorial policies, and promote the journal, its articles, and the community. I also attend conferences and meetings to develop a relationship with our readers, authors, and editors. If you see me at a conference, feel free to introduce yourself.

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