I can imagine that many of the users of this website are PhD students in various research fields. I would like to have a list of published articles which used MMA to get their results or used MMA to plot their data. It would be good to have such a list ordered by research field category. I don't know if the codes used in those articles would be available or not( I guess it should be ).
In this way, you might get a better help when you want to do something in your research field by reading those articles and possibly get an understanding of how to implement your work. At the least, you might be able to reproduce the result of those articles and use that programming experience to work on your project.
Even if there is not an article which used MMA but you reproduced the result by MMA, it would be good to mention the article and the source code of course. I think at the least we will have a perspective of what can be done by MMA in different research fields.
Let me elaborate more. For example, people who are working on the excitation energy transfer in chlorosomes might read this article and see this figure and they might want to reproduce such a graph but they are not programmer and probably don't want to be! They want to spend most of the time on thinking! and less time on programing. So they come to this website and see that someone tried to reproduce that graph here. Now, they don't need to spend time to figure out how to get it. I know they could search for the question asked on this site in the first place. However, I think by mentioning these articles it is easier to get the result. Perhaps instead of a list of articles a tag for different research fields and a tag for DOI of each article are enough. So instead of asking the question someone can go to the photosynthesis tag and find the answer there or simply search the DOI of the article to see if anybody has asked a similar question about that article.