We’re pleased to announce that another new section of PLoS Currents, on the topic of Muscular Dystrophy, is open for submissions. We invited Dominic Wells (Professor in Translational Medicine, Royal Veterinary College, London) from our
Today, we are pleased to announce the launch of another new section of PLoS Currents called Tree of Life which focuses on phylogenetic analyses. This now brings the total number of sections to four, the
Today, we’re pleased to announce the expansion of PLoS Currents with the launch of two new sections, one on Huntington Disease produced with support from CHDI Foundation, Inc., and the other entitled Evidence on Genomic
We're pleased to announce the launch of PLoS Currents: Influenza, a website for the rapid communication of research results and ideas vetted by expert moderators Eddie Holmes (Center for Disease Dynamics, Pennsylvania State University, USA) and Peter Palese (Department of Microbiology, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, USA). Here is a guest blog post from Eddie.
The successful development of open access publishing by organizations including the Public Library of Science (PLoS) in recent years is a dramatic illustration of how the Internet is revolutionizing scientific communication. Today, after several months of work, I’m delighted to announce that PLoS is launching PLoS Currents (Beta)– a new and experimental website for the rapid communication of research results and ideas. In response to the recent worldwide H1N1 influenza outbreak, the first PLoS Currents research theme is influenza.