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PLOS Research Predicts Climate Change “Winners and Losers”: Slide Show

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Climate Change and Paleontology: Back to the Future

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But it’s not PTSD! Bad research distorts our understanding of a serious disorder.

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Bird brains: what they can tell us about ecology and evolution

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Scintillating caecilian fossils spill new secrets

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Male DNA in Female Brains Revisited

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What I learned as an Academic Editor for PLOS ONE

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The state of science writing, circa 2012: The summer of our discontent, made glorious by the possibilities of our time

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Fish, Antidepressants, Autism and a Problematic Research Premise

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Endangered lemur hunting prevalent in Madagascar despite local taboos, laws

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