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Welcome to the Board! We're delighted to have you.
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SymBLS 2019 Nov 15
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PLOS Channels Nov 15
Each of us is part of the solution. Joyce Yen discusses the role of leadership to influence diversity, equality & inclusion within STEM. Check it out in her latest & Collections blog post!
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Jamie Males Nov 15
Another nice piece of tropical plant ecophysiology just out in ! Indira Leon-Garcia and find evidence for impressive heat tolerance in rosette species
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Nick Gladstone Nov 14
New paper out in with my MS advisor and some great undergrads! We were interested in the significance of urban green roof habitats for land snails🐌 Surprisingly, we found a modest species diversity, most likely translocated via landscaping!
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Miquel Porta Nov 14
: Scientists’ opinions and attitudes towards citizens’ understanding of science and their role in public engagement activities.
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Alphey Lab Nov 13
We are pleased to share our work on gene editing in Culex quinq’s : CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing in the West Nile Virus vector, Culex quinquefasciatus Say
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PLOS Nov 12
Follow our blog series on the Future of Open Science! This month, learn how preregistration can help increase credibility of scientific results and even get your work published faster.
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PLOS ONE Nov 13
Ribeiro and colleagues show that driven secretome from mesenchymal stem cells promotes
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PLOS Nov 13
There’s only one week to go until . Interested in publishing your research? Come along to booth #421 and chat about the benefits of publishing with . Head over to to read one of our articles
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Rebecca Irwin Nov 13
Excited to share my first publication of work at Cornell investigating the mechanical properties of clinically available allogeneic and autologous fibrin sealants for cartilage repair!
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Michelle Anderson Nov 13
Happy to share new paper out now! : CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing in the West Nile Virus vector, Culex quinquefasciatus Say
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PLOS ONE Nov 13
Thanks for bringing this to our attention, we'll look into this.
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PLOS ONE Nov 12
“Biodiversity loss will generally be felt only when it is irreversible.” If you're working on understanding or preventing biodiversity loss, submit to our Biodiversity Conservation by Dec 12th. Just one month to go!
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PLOS ONE Nov 12
Attending ? Guest Editor Bronwyn Laycock is presenting a keynote on "Biodegradable polymers and their role in the circular economy". Why not ask her about our interdisciplinary Plastics in the Environment
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PLOS Channels Nov 12
❕❕ are excited to announce a new collaboration with - a community platform where highlight & comment on interesting . By ft. on our Channel homepages, we aim to help you find the most impactful preprints relevant to your field.
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PLOS Collections Nov 12
Highlights from the Open Biomaterials Research Collection published in earlier this year. Two collection reviews, and twenty nine research articles showcasing work spanning the biomedical and material science research communities.
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PLOS ONE Nov 12
How can devices improve motor functions?Check out the paper by Bob Radder -- & our !
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Kevin Shee, PhD Nov 11
Another publication with in press . SLFN11 is a biomarker of sensitivity to DNA damaging agents. Utilization of biomarkers to only treat patients likely to benefit is the future of chemo!
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PLOS Nov 11
Heading to next week? Us too. Find us at booth #421 We’re happy to talk about all things and . Read one of our articles here
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