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,

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

Winners of the 2018 PLOS Computational Biology Research Prize

  Winners of the 2018 PLOS Computational Biology Research Prize   post-info It’s time to celebrate the best of PLOS Computational Biology!  In 2017 PLOS Computational Biology launched the “PLOS Computational Biology Research Prize” program

Understanding Images: Traffic jam causes immune cell road rage

0000-0002-8715-2896 Understanding Images: Traffic jam causes immune cell road rage   Posted February 23, 2018 by post-info Authors: Steven J. Del Signore and Avital A. Rodal, Rosenstiel Basic Medical Sciences Research Center, Brandeis University, United

A neuron’s eye view, recovering from intestinal cleanout, and models of cancer cell line metabolism

0000-0002-8715-2896 A neuron’s eye view, recovering from intestinal cleanout, and models of cancer cell line metabolism   post-info AddThis Sharing Buttons above Check out our highlights from the PLOS Computational Biology August issue: A systems

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

Understanding Images: Host Gender and the Response to Fungal Infection

Silene-large-e1446817313361Authors: Niklaus Zemp is a Post Doctoral Researcher and Alex Widmer is a Professor, both based at the Institute of Integrative Biology (IBZ), ETH Zurich, Zürich, Switzerland. Competing interests: Niklaus Zemp and Alex Widmer are

Deep Reads: Andreas Vilhelmsson’s journey into the world of global public health

The fifth entry for our Deep Reads blog series is written by Andreas Vilhelmsson, a post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Global Political Studies at Malmö University, Sweden. His research focuses mostly on patient reporting of adverse drug reactions and … Continue reading »

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Understanding Images: Seeing Myopia for What it Is- Potentially Treatable

In a post reflecting on August’s PLOS Genetics issue image, Andrei Tkatchenko explains the science behind the image. Author: Andrei V. Tkatchenko, Columbia University Medical Center, New York, USA Competing interests: Andrei V. Tkatchenko is an author of the article … Continue reading »

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Understanding Images: A Genetic Framework in Legumes Controls Infection of Nodules

  In a piece reflecting on June’s PLOS Genetics issue image, authors Simon Kelly and Simona Radutoiu discuss the science behind their image. Authors: Simon Kelly and Simona Radutoiu, Aarhus University, and Carbohydrate Recognition and Signalling Centre in Denmark. Competing … Continue reading »

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