PLOS Announces Prize to Celebrate the First Year of Channels | PLOS Blogs Network

  One year ago, PLOS launched its Channels program, providing central hubs for specific research communities. Channels are resources for scientists, making it easy to keep up to date with developments in a particular area VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE PLOS Announces Prize to Celebrate the…

Human Intelligence & Artificial Intelligence in Medicine: A day with the Stanford Presence Center | PLOS Blogs Network

post-iLast week, PLOS Medicine and PLOS ONE editors Linda Nevin and Meghan Byrne attended Human Intelligence & Artificial Intelligence (HIAI) in Medicine, a Stanford Presence Center symposium. HIAI brought together thought leaders in medicine, computer VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Human Intelligence & Artificial Intelligence in…

Stanford ChildX 2018: Big ideas for little patients | PLOS Blogs Network

post-inf By Linda Nevin PLOS Medicine Associate Editor Linda Nevin shares some highlights from ChildX, a cross-disciplinary science, medicine, public policy and healthcare symposium on research developments and opportunities for improving pediatric care. Stanford faculty VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Stanford ChildX 2018: Big ideas for…

One Small Step for Preprints, One Giant Step Forward for Open Scientific Communications | PLOS Blogs Network

Thanks to our recent partnership with bioRxiv, PLOS authors will have the choice of posting their submitted manuscript on the bioRxiv preprint server on May 1st. Preprints enable authors to accelerate the dissemination of their VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE One Small Step for Preprints, One…

Reproducibility and Recognition: One year later | PLOS Blogs Network

This blog is authored by PLOS staff with contributions by Lenny Teytelman, protocols.io CEO. For many scientists, there is a common frustration with methods sections of research papers that lack sufficient details, which are necessary VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Reproducibility and Recognition: One year later…