As we continue to reflect on and celebrate PLOS ONE’s 10th anniversary, we bring you the next in our Meet the Editors series, interviewing Michael Petraglia who became an Editorial Board Member in late 2006.
18,000 years ago, the remote Indonesian island of Flores was home to a population of tiny humans. They stood only about 3.5 feet tall on their large feet, and their skulls housed unusually small brains
Small pieces of RNA in our cells can act like molecular switches that turn genes off by binding to them. These pieces, called small interfering RNAs (siRNAs) are also used by researchers to design experiments
The beach in Mayumba National Park, located on the coast of Gabon, has one of the highest nesting densities of sea turtles in Africa. Along with the leatherback turtle, Mayumba is also a nesting ground
When Dr. Ron Pinhasi, a lecturer in prehistoric archaeology at the University College Cork, and his team of researchers excavated a cave in Armenia, they never expected to stumble upon a find of a lifetime
PLoS ONE is pleased to announce the publication of our 10,000th article! Since its inception in December 2006, PLoS ONE has proven to be a great success, and this milestone shows that daily open-access publication
Dr. Peter Sommer is the head of the Cell Biology of Retroviruses group at the Institut Pasteur Korea and the Section Editor for Virology at PLoS ONE. A few weeks back, Dr.Sommer provided us with