PLOS Progress Update Now Available

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September 30, 2014

Modeling Malaria for Improved Public Health Strategies

Evidence suggests environmental mosquito dynamics influence virulence, transmission and relapse of blood-borne parasites in the host. Image credit: Antoine Nicot and Jacques Denoyelle
September 30, 2014

Topic Pages Collection

PLOS Computational Biology launches a collection representing a new level of interaction between researchers and the public. 
September 26, 2014

PLOS Suite of Journals and Blogs

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PLOS Progress Update Available
Dedicated to leading a transformation in scientific research communication since its inception, PLOS presents its annual summary of activities in the 2013-2014 Progress Update that include: Increasing operational capacity to support... Full article
September 30, 2014
Meredith Niles Appointed to PLOS Board of Directors
PLOS is pleased to announce that Dr. Meredith Niles will join the PLOS Board of Directors, effective September 5, 2014. “Meredith’s unique career arc in both science and policy will... Full article
September 5, 2014
Global Coalition of Access to Research, Science and Education Organizations calls on STM to Withdraw New Model Licenses
As a group, the undersigned organizations share a vision in which scholarly knowledge is a common good, a resource for the whole of humanity. This means more than just allowing... Full article
August 7, 2014

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Open Access Resources and Materials

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RT @PLOSONE: Olfactory Dysfunction Predicts 5-Year Mortality in Older Adults http://t.co/B5HttyzvL0 http://t.co/BselP6cUJe
RT @PLOSONE: Sense of Smell May Predict Longevity http://t.co/JFnECHV0pt via @nytimeswell
@neuroconscience: Has the dominant physical paradigm of Science prevailed? Or is there more[telepathy paper]? http://t.co/j7KxpStFBf
Welcome Micah Allen to @PLOSNeuro blogging on @F1000Research "telepathy" paper as a "lesson in value of Open Science" http://t.co/ggvDAsL8ZS
RT @PLOSNeuro: Nothing spooky about decoding telepathy: a lesson in the value of open science. New post by M Allen .@neuroconscience http://t.co/sV0cLb1b9i