To cap off the PLOS ONE 10 Year Anniversary collection series, we decided to focus our efforts on the PLOS ONE Editorial Board – a sizable group of accomplished scientists that has allowed us to
Category Archives: 10th Anniversary
Negative Results: A Crucial Piece of the Scientific Puzzle
Scientific advance relies on transparency, rigour and reproducibility. At PLOS ONE we have always supported the publication of rigorous research, in all its forms, positive or negative, as showcased in our earlier Missing Pieces Collection.
The Winner of the PLOS ONE Tenth Anniversary T-Shirt Design Contest Is…
PLOS ONE is delighted to announce that “10 Hexagons for 10 Years” is the winner of our Tenth Anniversary T-Shirt Design Contest. Congratulations to Laurence Garric, a postdoc in the Bakkers group at the
Interview with PLOS ONE Academic Editor – Dong-Yan Jin
PLOS ONE Editorial Board Member and molecular virologist, Dong -Yan Jin, is our next editor to be featured in our Meet the Editors interview series. Dong-Yan Jin is currently Clara and Lawrence Fok Professor
The “Must Downloads” of PLOS ONE: A 10 Year Anniversary Collection
In the new PLOS ONE 10 Year Anniversary Collection: The Must Downloads, Associate Editor Jenna Quinto explores the ratio between two primary article-level metrics and highlights PLOS ONE articles that were downloaded at exceptional rates.
Interview with PLOS ONE Academic Editor – Michael Petraglia
0000-0001-5280-6944As we continue to reflect on and celebrate PLOS ONE’s 10th anniversary, we bring you the next in our Meet the Editors series, interviewing Michael Petraglia who became an Editorial Board Member in late 2006.
10th Anniversary Video Series: Community Voices
Authors choose PLOS ONE as a home for their work for many different reasons. The journal offers media coverage, an interdisciplinary audience, easy accessibility and a willingness to publish papers that are hard to
A tour through six continents: 10 years of new species published in PLOS ONE
Accompanying the new PLOS ONE 10 Year Anniversary Collection: New Species, PLOS ONE Associate Editor Anna Simonin discusses the discovery of organisms around the world first described in PLOS ONE. Despite over 1.2 million
The policy impact of scientific research: looking back at 10 years of PLOS ONE
To continue with PLOS ONE’s 10th anniversary celebration, Associate Editor Sara Fuentes Perez highlights some of the articles that have gained attention from policy makers in the PLOS ONE 10 Year Anniversary: Policy Impact Collection.
The Interdisciplinary Research Collection
Accompanying the new PLOS ONE 10 Year Anniversary Collection: Interdisciplinary Research, PLOS ONE Senior Editor Renee Hoch discusses her article selections from the journal. PLOS ONE was established as an inclusive journal that considers primary
10th Anniversary Video Series: Shaking Things Up
As PLOS ONE celebrates its tenth birthday, we take a few moments to reflect on the ways in which the journal has changed the landscape of scholarly publishing. Check out the video below, “Shaking Things
10 Years of PLOS ONE Research in the Media
Accompanying the new 10 Years of Research in the Media Collection, PLOS ONE Associate Editor, Nicola Stead discusses some of coverage received in the journal’s 10 year history. As one of the world’s largest multi-
Announcing the PLOS ONE Tenth Anniversary T-Shirt Design Contest – enter by June 30
Do you have a great image in your PLOS ONE article or an original design that is representative of the journal? Send it to us! Email your design to email@example.com by Friday, June 30,
Interview with PLOS ONE Academic Editor- Björn Brembs
As part of PLOS ONE’s 10th anniversary celebrations, for our latest interview with Editorial Board Members who have joined the journal when it was first launched, we met with neurobiologist Björn Brembs. Björn Brembs is based
Important, Widely Used and Well-Reported Datasets
In conjunction with PLOS ONE’s 10th anniversary celebration, the journal is launching a Datasets Collection to highlight articles with datasets that are noteworthy because of their impact and usefulness. The collection was assembled by PLOS