Tips on Nominating an Article for the $5,000 PLOS Genetics Research Prize 2018

  post-To help you nominate your chosen article, we’ve provided some helpful tips in this post. We look forward to your involvement – review the program information and submit your nomination(s)! Last month, PLOS Genetics

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

Nominations open for the PLOS Genetics Research Prize 2018

  Nominations open for the PLOS Genetics Research Prize 2018   post-info We’re delighted to announce the opening of nominations for the PLOS Genetics Research Prize 2018! To mark its launch, we asked Rainer Roehe,

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

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

Species: The evolution of the idea

My revised book is now titled Species: The evolution of the idea, and now contains a philosophy section as well as a complete list of species concept[ion]s and an appendix of all taxonomic levels I could locate. It is due out in February 2018 from CRC Press. I have done a complete revision of all sections Read More...

Genetics and microbiome of cattle methane production: 2017 PLOS Genetics Research Prize Winning Research

post-info AddThis Sharing Buttons aTTThe PLOS Genetics Editors-in-Chief and Senior Editors would like to congratulate: Rainer Roehe, Richard J. Dewhurst, Carol-Anne Duthie, John A. Rooke, Nest McKain, Dave W.  Ross, Jimmy J. Hyslop, Anthony Waterhouse,

Understanding Images: Shedding light on nuclear size control

0000-0002-8715-2896 Understanding Images: Shedding light on nuclear size control   post-info AddThis Sharing Buttons above Authors: Kazunori Kume1 and Helena Cantwell2 1: Hiroshima Research Center for Healthy Aging, Department of Molecular Biotechnology, Graduate School of

Oldest Homo sapiens a “nothingburger”? Plus US health care policy approaches The End

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Tips on Nominating an Article for the $5,000 PLOS Genetics Research Prize 2017

0000-0002-8715-2896 Tips on Nominating an Article for the $5,000 PLOS Genetics Research Prize 2017   post-info AddThis Sharing Buttons above Nominations are open until Friday, June 16, 2017 at 11.59 PM Eastern Time. To assist