A recent editorial in PLOS NTDs has declared that the journal will launch a specially focussed section on enteric infections and enteric dysfunction. The editorial emphasizes the importance of working in this […]
If you are not aware of Prof. John Ioannidis and his work, well, you must have been living buried under the proverbial rock (also known as AIPG/AIIMS papers). He is what people […]
Peter Binfield joined PLoS ONE in March 2008, when the journal was merely a new fangled concept looked on with a lot of suspicion. Certain editors were worried that it would become […]
Me and a colleague have published a post on the PLoS Blog Speaking of Medicine. Check it out here!
A new PLos Blog is being launched and involves a couple of my favorite science bloggers, Ben Good and David Robertson, along with Lizzie Crouch (no relation of Barty Crouch) and Anna […]
So remember how I was talking about the Public Library of Science sending me over their t shirt last day? Well, here is another look: I wore it to work today! Support […]
So, this came in the mail today: Needless to say I am thrilled beyond words and am not going to take it off for days to come! Support the Open Access movement: […]
So, remember, a few days ago I had talked about the launch of an Open Access journal from the NPG stable? If you were too busy having a life, go, check out […]