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By Katie Baumer
As 2014 winds to a close, the AAPS Blog takes a look back at some of our readers’ favorite posts of the year. Throughout 2014, we’ve seen continued growth in content submissions, readership, and subscribers, and we would like to thank all of our authors and readers for their support and effort! Below are the 10 most viewed posts of the year:
- Needle-Free Injection: Star Trek Medicine Meets the Pharmacy
- Female versus Male Cells in Anti-Cancer Drug Discovery: The Winner Is …
- Ten Useful Tips for Writing a Successful Manuscript
- Stand Up for Research!
- Inventing Hyronalin: Drugs Countering Radiation Effects
- How Are Drug Development Candidates Selected?
- A “Nano” Way to Trick Cancer Cells into Suicide
- Impact of Excipients on Oral Drug Bioavailability
- Rethinking Journal Quality
- The Nose Knows: Nose to Brain Targeting Mechanism and Recent Advances
Inspired by the creative blog posts of 2014? We’d love to work with you in 2015! Submit your post to the AAPS Blog!