Though we are well into January, there is still time to set resolutions for 2014. What would you like to accomplish in the next twelve months? For some resolution inspiration, here’s a selection of PLOS
In this round-up, we would like to share with you some of the PLOS ONE articles covered by the media in 2012. Over one thousand papers published in PLOS ONE were covered in the news!
In August, PLOS ONE papers made the news for research on morality in infants, the first domesticated turkeys, the dangers of sea slug mating, and more! Are we born with a moral compass? Researchers from
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.
The PLoS ONE Blog Pick of the Month for November goes to Ed Yong for his post “Tetris could prevent post-traumatic stress disorder flashbacks (but quiz games make them worse)” at Not Exactly Rocket Science.