Category Archives: open access
Today PLOS ONE added to its collection of COVID-19 papers since we started fast-tracking submissions on January 31st. This study was conducted by Constantinos Siettos from the Universita degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy and colleagues.
Note: PLOS and the University of California issued the following press release on Wednesday, February 19th at 9:00am PST. SAN FRANCISCO — The Public Library of Science (PLOS) and the University of California (UC) today
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
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
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 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 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,
A couple of heavy-duty battering rams have hit the journal subscription system in Europe. And they are so big, this will likely set off a chain reaction that changes the scholarly communication
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 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