The XV Collection: Perverse Outcomes of Novel Therapies

  The XV Collection: Perverse Outcomes of Novel Therapies Posted August 10, 2018 by post-info by Andrew Read Yale professor Steve Stearns once warned that the transition from Young Turk to Old Turkey happens quickly.

PLOS Biology in the media – July

  PLOS Biology in the media – July   post-info The year is flying past, and July has been another month with several of our papers making the news. This month we’re covering sleeping flies,

The XV Collection: Anatomy of a Protein Kinase Spine and How to Break It

  The XV Collection: Anatomy of a Protein Kinase Spine and How to Break It   post-info by Ann Stock The post-translational addition of phosphate groups to serine, threonine and tyrosine residues is a fundamental

PLOS Biology in the media – May

PLOS Biology in the media – May   post-info This year is flying by, and May was another bumper month at PLOS Biology. In May we’ve covered all things hair, mind-controlled avatar races, and plant

The XV Collection: Effective Conservation Requires Science-Based Decisions

  The XV Collection: Effective Conservation Requires Science-Based Decisions   post-info by Georgina Mace The efforts made by conservationists to preserve vulnerable species and sustain critical ecosystem services face increasing challenges. Funding is limited, pressures

PLOS Biology in the media – April

post-info April was a truly diverse month at PLOS Biology. This month we are talking about gravity-defying fungi, representation of endangered species in the media, gender gaps and information gaps in scientific research and why

PLOS Biology in the media – March

0000-0002-8715-2896 PLOS Biology in the media – March   post-info March has been a bumper month at PLOS Biology with lots of research hitting the press. A selection of our top picks this month include

The XV Collection: How Bats Land Head-Over-Heels

0000-0002-8715-2896 The XV Collection: How Bats Land Head-Over-Heels   post-info by Anders Hedenström Flight in animals is energetically very costly, but because of its speed it can result in an overall relatively low cost of

Slice of PLOS: Psychedelics in the Lab and Clinic: Making Up for Lost Time

0000-0002-8715-2896 Slice of PLOS: Psychedelics in the Lab and Clinic: Making Up for Lost Time   post-info AddThis Sharing Buttons above Nearly 50 years ago, psychiatrists lost access to one of the most promising tools

Protocols: The Devil is in the Details

0000-0002-8715-2896 Protocols: The Devil is in the Details   Posted May 3, 2017 by Emma Ganley in Announcement, Biology, Data, Debate, Editorial policy, News, Open access, PLOS Biology, Policy, Publishing, Resources, Video post-info AddThis Sharing