Blog Archives

Re-launching the PLOS Student Blog & Introducing Travel Awards!

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Drugs for Malaria: Need to Overcome Resistance to Artemisinins and Eliminate All Stages of Parasites in a Wide Range of Transmission and Disease Settings

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The Future of Science Lies in an Understanding of Our Past

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Busting foes of post-publication peer review of a psychotherapy study

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When Open Access is the norm, how do scientists work together online?

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What is the scientific literature used for?

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The Science Opinion Games: New Conversations, Same Old Voices?

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The Open Access Dinosaurs of 2014

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Open Access 2014: A Year that Data Cracked Through Secrecy and Myth

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Moving On, Open Access and Science Communication Impact

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