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- The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
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This section publishes high-quality articles of novel, as well as established, mathematical and statistical approaches to biological hypotheses. Manuscripts should employ an interdisciplinary approach and should be of interest to a wide spectrum of scientists from related fields. Research from all sub-disciplines within the life sciences and sub-disciplines within mathematics and statistics are considered.
This section publishes high-quality articles on the study of teaching and learning at the intersection of mathematics and biology. Manuscripts that address topics in undergraduate biomathematics education, including those that describe novel methods of design and implementation of innovative pedagogies, curricula, use of technology, and mechanisms of mentoring research are welcome. Manuscripts should contain either significant data and analysis to support the narrative or introduce novel tools or approaches for presentation of content. Also welcome are studies with a focus on improving the learning and motivation of biology students in mathematics and mathematics students in biology.
This section publishes high-quality articles that describe particular areas of mathematical biology research or education in novel ways. Review manuscripts should consist of a critical and constructive analysis of the literature in a specific field with the intent of helping to organize and evaluate the existing literature and provide insight into how recent literature is reshaping research in the area. It is also appropriate to include mention of software or instrumentation that is relevant to current research.
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