This week’s featured image comes from a paper by Frank DiMaio et al. entitled, Modeling Symmetric Macromolecular Structures in Rosetta3. Most homomeric protein assemblies are symmetric and the authors of this paper use Rosetta 3
“Why the net doesn’t work for science – and how to fix it” – A talk by Michael Nielsen at PLoS’s San Francisco HQ – June 29th at 6 pm.
Join PLoS staff and interested members of the public at 6 pm, June 29th 2011, for an informal wine, beer and cheese event featuring guest speaker and Fulbright Scholar, Dr Michael Nielsen (whose book about
The following post was written by Liz Allen and was posted on the Official PLoS Blog earlier today. Please share! PLoS and Mendeley, the popular reference manager and academic social network, have teamed up to
As you may know, Ask everyONE was created to help authors with common questions they encounter while submitting their manuscript to PLoS ONE. Now, I’d like to introduce PLoS ONE Video Shorts – new videos
Not surprisingly, the rapid rise of online content sources has spurred the development of a range of free tools that make it easier for users to gather that content together by topic. Their rise was