Find out which articles were most-read and most-cited during our centenary year and what’s new for JEB in 2024, including an expansion in the journal’s aims and scope and a new Theory & Modelling section. Learn more in our Editorial.
If you’re an early-career researcher interested in science communication and are attending the SEB Annual Conference in Prague this summer, join the JEB Editors on 1 July at 14.30-17.30 at a sci comm workshop to learn the key writing skills needed to promote your research to a broad audience beyond your peers. Places are limited to 24 attendees, and applicants should apply through the SEB registration page by 30 April 2024.
In their Review, Corinna Gebehart and Ansgar Büschges discuss how the motor systems of insects can provide insight into the mechanisms underlying the integration of multimodal information to allow flexible motor control.
Jason Dallas and colleagues show that the community of microbes inhabiting the guts of tadpoles contributes to their ability to withstand rising temperature and suggests that microbiome transplants could offer hope to species at risk as global temperatures rise.