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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