In PLOS Biology this week, you can read about shrinking the gap between patients and researchers, cookie-cutting membrane perforators, the breakdown of a cozy relationship between flies and bugs, how worms fight selfish DNA, and
PLOS is heading to the FEBS EMBO 2014 meeting starting next Saturday, 30th August through Thursday 4th September. If you’re going to be there please stop by to say hello, we’ll be at Booth 72.
Heading to the ISCB’s annual conference, ISMB 2014, July 11– 15, in Boston this year? Swing by Booth 409 and say hello to PLOS! PLOS Computational Biology staff Clare Weaver and Chris Hall will be
Is there a book that motivated you to become a scientist, or to research a certain aspect of genetics? Or perhaps your perception of science has been altered through something you’ve read? How far do
In January 2006, Fran Lewitter, PLOS Computational Biology Founding Education Editor, announced the launch of a new Education column in the journal. This new column recognised the need for bioinformatics and computational biology training and education
If anyone thinks that the taxpayers who underwrite tens of billions of dollars of scientific research don’t care about getting access to that research, they’re not paying attention. A U.S. petition asking President Obama to
One of the reasons we publish more accessible magazine-like articles in the front section of PLoS Biology is to raise awareness about issues that are important both to practicing scientists and to the wider
Welcome to PLoS Biologue, the new blog for PLoS Biology PLoS Biologue is where the journal team and our guest contributors would like to engage with you, our readers and broader audience, on issues of