0000-0001-9565-7985[Above image: Flying bumblebee. Mikkel Houmøller, wikimedia] As we ring in the New Year, we thought it would be fun to look back on the PLOS ONE articles that were the biggest hits in the news
PLOS ONE is delighted to announce that “10 Hexagons for 10 Years” is the winner of our Tenth Anniversary T-Shirt Design Contest. Congratulations to Laurence Garric, a postdoc in the Bakkers group at the
In the new PLOS ONE 10 Year Anniversary Collection: The Must Downloads, Associate Editor Jenna Quinto explores the ratio between two primary article-level metrics and highlights PLOS ONE articles that were downloaded at exceptional rates.
Authors choose PLOS ONE as a home for their work for many different reasons. The journal offers media coverage, an interdisciplinary audience, easy accessibility and a willingness to publish papers that are hard to
Scientific research and communication through publication can be an incredibly powerful tool in the fight against the extinction of threatened species. In honor of Endangered Species Day, this collection of articles recently published in PLOS
As PLOS ONE celebrates its tenth birthday, we take a few moments to reflect on the ways in which the journal has changed the landscape of scholarly publishing. Check out the video below, “Shaking Things
0000-0003-1953-5833Since its inception, PLOS has encouraged data sharing; our original data policy (2003 – March 2014) required authors to share data upon request after publication. In line with PLOS’ ethos of open science and accelerating
PLOS ONE published its first research articles nearly ten years ago (December 20, 2006). In this anniversary year—beginning in December 2016 and continuing throughout 2017—PLOS wants to recognize the many contributors to this revolutionary journal
[Above image: Polar Bear jumping, in Spitsbergen Island, Svalbard, Norway. Arturo de Frias Marques, Wikimedia] This December, the Press team is reflecting on some of the PLOS ONE articles covered in the news in 2015.
It’s a bird…it’s a plane…it’s a bat! All three may be soaring through the sky, but their shapes vary greatly, which affects their aerodynamics during flight. Birds typically have streamlined head profiles that strongly contrast