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If someone hits a paywall in the forest, does it make a sound?: The Open Access Button

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Full registration and reporting of all trials at PLOS Medicine

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Climate Change: Closing the Knowledge Gap by Opening Access to Research

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This Week in PLOS Medicine: Inflammation Links Social Adversity & Diabetes, New Diagnostic for Sepsis, Fake Meds, & More

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Introducing PLOS Currents:Outbreaks

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Recipe for a Good Event

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ASAP Awards: Rewarding and acknowledging novel uses of Open Access resources

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PLOS ONE Goes to the Mile-High City for ASM 2013

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Science Heroes: Why Science Needs A Celebrity Spokesperson

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