Spreading the Word: PLOS Advances Research Through Media Partnerships

Last year, PLOS helped more than 2,300 articles receive media coverage in high-profile outlets including The New York Times, the BBC, National Geographic, Scientific American and The Washington Post. How do we do it? For

PLOS welcomes the revised Plan S guidelines

As a fully Open Access publisher entirely ready to support cOAlition S-funded authors, we have always been in a position to give our support to this bold initiative, and entirely agree that the driving principles

PLOS Journals Now OPEN for Published Peer Review

  Starting today, ALL PLOS journals will offer authors the option to publish their peer review history alongside their accepted manuscript! We’ve been excited to make this announcement, and make major strides towards a more

CSI Tromsø: Where Forensics meets Vikings

  CSI Tromsø: Where Forensics meets Vikings   Posted August 22, 2018 by post-info Insect remains have their own tale to tell in the mystery that surrounds the Øsknes Viking burial boat, as Eva Pangiotakopulu

PLOS Update

In 2009, we launched PLOS Currents as an experimental platform for rapid communication of non-standard publications. A few communities embraced the experiment enthusiastically from the start, and the contributions of researchers who volunteered as editors

Gordon Research Conference on Craniofacial Morphogenesis and Tissue Regeneration (February 11 – 16, 2018): Licia Selleri & Ophir Klein

  Gordon Research Conference on Craniofacial Morphogenesis and Tissue Regeneration (February 11 – 16, 2018): Licia Selleri & Ophir Klein   Posted August 22, 2018 by post-info As part of its mission to encourage engagement

The Nexus of Data and Community: How Partnership Can Close Achievement Gaps

0000-0002-5625-3977 States across the U.S. (like our home state of Indiana) are making strides to better understand and close the racial achievement gaps at the K-12 and college level. This week, we’re pleased to present

Conflicts didn’t kill me, but made me stronger

  For good ideas and true innovation, you need human interaction, conflict, argument, debate. ——Margaret Heffernan   Conflicts in research groups are common. Even in a small lab with no more than 10 people, conflicts

The Unitary Fund: a no-strings attached grant program for Open Source quantum computing

The Unitary Fund: a no-strings attached grant program for Open Source quantum computing   Posted August 20, 2018 by post-info This is a Guest Post written by Will Zeng. Editorial Note: As part of our

“We need to commit to and invest in the changes we seek”: Insights from the MSF Scientific Research Day

“We need to commit to and invest in the changes we seek”: Insights from the MSF Scientific Research Day   Posted August 19, 2018 by post-info In recognition of World Humanitarian Day 2018, PLOS ONE