Chiara Poletto, Daniele Marinazzo, José Soares Andrade Jr. and Laurent Hébert-Dufresne announce the launch of the PLOS Complexity Channel. Most of today’s global challenges, from online misinformation spreading to Ebola outbreaks, involve such a vast number of interacting
The Open Source Toolkit welcomes Nikoleta E. Glynatsi and Yo Yehudi as Channel Editors for Software. The Open Source Toolkit gathers articles, projects and resources describing hardware and software that can be applied in research,
The Open Source Toolkit welcomes Jenny Molloy as a Channel Editor The Open Source Toolkit features articles and online projects describing hardware and software that can be used in a research and/or science education setting
This post was collaboratively authored by Andre Maia Chagas, Max Liboiron, Jenny Molloy, Juan Manuel Garcia Arcos and Jeffrey Warren. Andre Maia Chagas is Channel Editor of the Open Source Toolkit. Without hardware, there is no
By Sarath Chandra Janga, GLBIO/CCBC 2016 Publication Co-Chair The first joint Great Lakes Bioinformatics and the Canadian Computational Biology Conference 2016 (GLBIO/CCBC) took place in Toronto from May 16th to 19th. The conference was organized
By Sarath Chandra Janga and Tijana Milenkovic, GLBIO/CCBC 2016 Publication Chairs Enjoy and share current developments in bioinformatics research in Toronto this May! The 11th Great Lakes Bioinformatics Conference (GLBIO) is to be
The Rosetta developer community meets annually to discuss the advances in the Rosetta modeling software, a suite that models and helps design macromolecules. Today we announce the launch of the next exciting collection, RosettaCon 2014,
PLOS Collections joined forces with Andre Maia Chagas and Tom Baden of University of Tübingen, TReND in Africa and Openeuroscience to create a collection of Open Source Hardware projects with application in a laboratory setting.
This post marks a very important date for PLOS Computational Biology and highlights how we are celebrating.
Articles presenting novel biological insight and promoting reuse, redistribution and modification of the scientific software.