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When the Science is Not Enough: Communicating the Consensus on Climate Change

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Research Matters

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Fall Schedule of PLOS /r/science AMAs Announced

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Scientists Behaving Badly (On Social Media)

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The Journal: The Instrument that Shapes Science and Academia

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Beware the bad survey: Science literacy isn’t as bad as the statistics make it look

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Next Generation Science Communicators

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Ask our authors anything: new PLOS ‘AMA’ series debuts on redditscience

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When Open Access is the norm, how do scientists work together online?

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How Articles Get Noticed and Advance the Scientific Conversation

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