The Physics & Astronomy Category Recipient of the PLOS ONE Early Career Travel Award in the Physical Sciences Is…

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Making a home for the Physical Sciences and Engineering in PLOS ONE

0000-0002-9890-5451 Calling all physicists, chemists, earth scientists, computer scientists and engineers: help PLOS ONE make science more open, more reproducible and more transparent. PLOS ONE is known for its multi- and interdisciplinary approach. The journal

The PLOS ONE Early Career Researcher Travel Awards in the Physical Sciences

By PLOS ONE Editors post-info Early career researchers (ECRs) are very much at the heart of what we do at PLOS. Last year alone, PLOS ONE published more than 20,000 research papers, undoubtedly with tens

Retrospection and Direction: A Q&A with Peter Walter

0000-0002-8715-28960000-0001-7318-5892 “In our panel it is the stated and adhered to policy that we will not consider where a paper is published. Rather, in our evaluations we assess its real impact in a field. Change

To Sign or Not to Sign: A Slice of Transparency in Peer Review

0000-0002-8715-28960000-0001-7318-5892 Scientists depend on the proper evaluation of research that creates the foundation for future work, and the public expects curated scientific content to be trustworthy. All forms of peer review, whether for ethical, technical

Why Open Research: An interview featuring Erin McKiernan

0000-0002-8715-2896     Erin McKiernan, professor at National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), pledged to only publish in Open Access journals, demonstrating that it’s possible to have a thriving research career while keeping her research

Next Generation Science Communicators

Experience in presenting research findings and participating in the scientific dialogue are important aspects to the professional development of researchers early in their careers. Advancing scientific discovery relies on scientists at all career levels to clearly communicate their results, their … Continue reading »

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