There has been a great deal of community discussion in the last few days about a referee report that was sent to an author at PLOS ONE a few weeks ago. The report contained objectionable
In 2013 PLOS ONE published 31,500 articles, nearly 8,000 more than in 2012. In reaching this milestone, we would like to take a moment to recognize the hard work and dedication of our peer reviewers.
Last week BMJ published an article proposing a new initiative aimed at solving an age-old problem in medical publishing: that of the perennial failure of investigators and sponsors to publish all of the results of
Today PLOS ONE launches a new peer review form. While this might not sound like much of an announcement, the fact that our reviewer board currently contains over 400,000 scientists, and grows by the hour,
This video will show PLOS ONE reviewers how to submit a review in Editorial Manager. For more information and to see more videos like this one, visit the PLOS ONE Video Shorts channel.
At 10 am (PST) on Monday 26th July, PLoS ONE moved to a new software system for our manuscript submission and peer review process —Editorial Manager® from Aries Systems (referred to as “PLoS EM”). The
This post cross posted from the PLoS.org blog Recently, Kent Anderson posted some misleading comments about PLoS ONE on the Scholarly Kitchen, a blog site established by the Society for Scholarly Publishing. Although several PLoS
A study by David Rand and Thomas Pfeiffer of Harvard University published in PLoS ONE yesterday reveals how scientific journals’ different publication and review policies can affect the number of citations of published papers. The
Derya Unutmaz, M.D. is the Associate Professor in the Department of Microbiology and Pathology and a Member of the Microbial Pathogenesis Program in the Joan and Joel Smilow Research Center at the New York University
Here is our featured author question for July. Q: I have just submitted a manuscript to PLoS ONE. How long will the review process take? A: Our authors often ask us how long it