Some smart folks at the Center for Biomedical Informatics (CBMI*, a research center within the Harvard Medical School) have created a PLoS Medicine application for the iPhone.
Archives for March 2010
This year’s ISMB will be the debut of the newest addition to the PLoS T-shirt collection and we want you to design it.
We have heard tales of PLoS T-shirts being spotted across the globe; from Hawaiian mountain-tops to the historic streets of Cambridge, England – we know you enjoy wearing them. We want the T-shirt to feature an eye-catching design which appeals to the computational biology community and encapsulates a recent advance or innovation in the field.
At the end of last month we were pleased to hear that our workshop proposal, entitled ‘Where and How to Get Published’ had been accepted by Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology (ISMB) 2010. We hope that a wide range of perspectives on how best to get research published will make this workshop invaluable to those just starting out on their careers. We are very excited that our involvement in the International Society for Computational Biology’s annual meeting is set to continue and more details will follow when the timing of the workshop is confirmed in May.
The new year is in full swing and we are continuing to add functionality to the articles that we publish. This time we're adding links, via Pubget, to the PDFs of citing articles (as recorded by Cross Ref).