Lorenzo Pezzoli is an infectious disease epidemiologist, currently based at WHO in Geneva within the Cholera Programme. There, he works to specifically support the activities related to the use of cholera vaccine, in integration with all other interventions,
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By Daniella Lowenberg, Amy Ross, Emma Ganley In the spirit of Open Con and highlighting the state of Open Data, PLOS is proud to release our Open Data Collection. The many values of Open
Today sees the launch of a new platform for PLOS Collections – so what’s new and what can it do? The most obvious change is a complete design refresh for both the PLOS Collections homepage
“I never quit until I get what I’m after. Negative results are just what I’m after. They are just as valuable to me as positive results.” – Thomas A. Edison
Have efforts to bridge the gap between scientific facts and how people views those facts failed miserably?
Expanding the Homepages of Knowledge: the Topic Pages Collection