Many mothers and children all over the world are affected by malnutrition, some populations are experiencing the two extremes of either chronic undernourishment with high rates of micronutrient deficiency (such as anemia) and stunting or
In this Guest Blog, Dr Linda Waldman, Professor Jo Sharp and Professor James Wood discuss the challenges surrounding authorship attribution in interdisciplinary research. Interdisciplinary research is becoming increasingly commonplace. In recent years, climate change,
In this Guest Blog, Guest Editors from the Open Biomaterials Research Collection discuss the range of research topics featured in the collection, their contributions to open science and promotion of reproducibility via shared protocols in biomaterials research.
In this blog post Carsten Kettner, from the Beilstein-Institut discusses the role STRENDA Guidelines and Database play in helping publish reusable enzymology data. Even though the idea of a holistic view on biological systems may
In this Guest Blog, PLOS ONE Academic Editor, Sieglinde Snapp, discusses the challenges faced in sustainability research to solve complex, so-called “Wicked Problems”, and how conferences such as Tropentag are bringing together researchers from multiple
Guest post by the Guest Editors of the Open Quantum Computation and Simulation collection, Emanuele Dalla Torre, Fabio Sciarrino and Peter Wittek. We are pleased to present the first papers of the PLOS ONE collection
In paleontology, the fossil is the basic data point for any research, regardless of the amount of technology used. Consequently, descriptions of a fossil’s anatomy are critical for scientists answering a variety of questions. What
The following guest post is written by Professor of Psychology, Richard A. Lippa. Dr. Lippa is a professor at California State University, Fullerton and is also a peer reviewer for PLoS ONE. In the following