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April 16, 2018

Publish with PLOS ONE

Accelerating the publication of peer-reviewed science

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Towards our next ten years

Editor-in-Chief Joerg Heber talks about new initiatives at PLOS ONE

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03/14/2018

Cardiovascular Medicine

Handgrip strength linked to cardiac structure and function

Better handgrip strength is associated with specific characteristics of cardiac structure and function known to be linked to lower cardiovascular disease incidence, thus suggesting that handgrip strength might help identify individuals at risk of cardiovascular events.

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Handgrip strength linked to cardiac structure and function

05/25/2018

Call for Papers

Open Quantum Computation and Simulation

PLOS ONE is calling for papers in quantum computation and simulation that promote the values of open science by making source code available. We welcome contributions on all aspects of quantum computation and simulation and particularly encourage submissions reporting on open-source tools for quantum technologies. Guest Editors: Fabio Sciarrino (Universita di Roma La Sapienza), Emanuele Dalla Torre (Bar-Ilan University), Peter Wittek (University of Toronto). Deadline: 8 June.

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Open Quantum Computation and Simulation

04/09/2018

Social Sciences

Immigrant community integration in world cities

Using Twitter data, Fabio Lamanna, Maxime Lenormand and colleagues present a method for quantifying the dynamics of immigrant integration in 53 world cities. They find cities can be grouped through metrics analyzing number of languages and their spatial distribution.

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Immigrant community integration in world cities

04/12/2018

CHANNELS

Responding to Climate Change

The PLOS Responding to Climate Change Channel highlights research efforts from a range of disciplines focussed on understanding, evaluating, predicting, mitigating, and adapting to the causes and effects of the changing climate.

Responding to Climate Change

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04/09/2018

Collections

Ocean acidification impacts on a pelagic ecosystem

The effects of ocean acidification on a pelagic community and their impacts on food webs and biogeochemical cycles were studied in a long-term mesocosm experiment conducted in the Gullmar Fjord at the west coast of Sweden.

Ocean acidification impacts on a pelagic ecosystem

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04/09/2018

EveryONE BLOG

Native invaders: a chink in the armour of ecological policy?

Species that, in response to manmade pressures, begin to behave differently in their native environment can become increasingly dominant within their native ranges and can cause complex changes in their ecosystems.

Native invaders: a chink in the armour of ecological policy?

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04/16/2018

Call for Papers

Machine Learning in Health and Biomedicine

PLOS ONE, PLOS Medicine and PLOS Computational Biology welcomes submissions covering machine learning solutions to healthcare on all scales, from precision medicine to outbreak monitoring. Deadline: 25 May.


Machine Learning in Health and Biomedicine

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04/07/2018

Infectious Diseases

Treating drug-resistant tuberculosis in HIV-infected patients

Treatment success rate of drug-resistant tuberculosis in HIV-positive patients is low and requires more effective regimen using new drugs compatible with antiretroviral therapy.

Treating drug-resistant tuberculosis in HIV-infected patients

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