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Are you attending the upcoming Annual meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology? Then we want to meet you in person! PLOS ONE has published thousands of papers in the field of Cell Biology, so we know there must be a lot of PLOS ONE authors out there. Whether you are an editor, reviewer, author or prospective author, we hope to see you! For more information about where we’ll be and when, please read on.
An evening with the PLOS Editorial Boards:
PLOS is hosting a reception for all Editorial Board members for an evening of food, drink and discussion. It will be a great opportunity to connect with your fellow Editors, and a few staff Editors will also be on hand. The highlight of the evening will be speakers Emma Ganley and Jason Swedlow, focusing on the challenges and importance of sharing data in the world of cell biology.
- Emma Ganley is a Senior Editor on PLOS Biology, with experience in data availability and navigation in online publication.
- Jason Swedlow is co-founder of Open Microscopy Environment (OME), and directs his own research group at the University of Dundee.
When: 6 to 8pm , Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Where: The Box [link] – 1069 Howard Street (between 6th & 7th), San Francisco, CA 94103
Be sure to RSVP, because space is limited: http://scibar.eventbrite.com
Get in touch if you would like further information or have any questions!
Calling all PLOS ONE authors to the PLOS booth in the Exhibition Hall!
Have you published with PLOS ONE? Come by booth #1322! We would love to show you your article level metrics in exchange for a t-shirt! Find out who has cited your work, how many people are using it in their Mendeley library, and the number of times the pdf has been downloaded (among many other things). PLOS ONE staff will be on hand to discuss the benefits of publishing with PLOS, and to answer all of your questions both specific and general.
We look forward to meeting you!