The first National Women’s Day was observed in the United States on February 28th 1909 in honour of the garment worker’s strike of 1908, where women had protested against their working conditions. Now recognised and
The current top three most viewed papers in PLOS ONE all address human body weight, and all three present results that may contradict existing beliefs or seem counter-intuitive.
This month in PLoS ONE news: Penguin populations recorded from outer space, super strength bacteria discovered in caves, and much more! Satellite mapping provides the first comprehensive record of the Emperor Penguin population in Antarctica.
Researchers find a possible cure for the common cold and more – in this week’s media digest. Human Pathogen Shown to Cause Disease in the Threatened Eklhorn Coral Acropora palmata was covered by The NewsHour,