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July 20, 2018

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Call for Papers: Open Biomaterials Research

Deadline for submissions is 15 November

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07/13/2018

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Complexity

This Channel brings together all aspects of complexity research and includes interdisciplinary topics from network theory to applications in neuroscience and the social sciences.

Complexity

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07/20/2018

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Mathematical Biology

This collection showcases articles published in PLOS ONE that apply mathematics to biological questions. As the selection shows, this field is very broad, spanning topics such as angiogenesis, morphogenesis, cell dynamics and interactions, metabolism modelling, biochemical processes, and touches on all scales of biological organization.

Mathematical Biology

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06/08/2018

EveryONE BLog

From Penguins to Frogs: The new frontier of wildlife microbiomes

With recent technological advances in DNA sequencing, investigating microbiomes from all areas of life has become possible, as PLOS ONE Publication Assistant Maija Mallula finds out.

From Penguins to Frogs: The new frontier of wildlife microbiomes

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07/06/2018

Data Science

Gravity and scaling laws of city to city migration

Rafael Prieto Curiel and colleagues analyze US city-to-city migration and find that people tend to move between cities of similar size articulating a gravity-scaling law to describe migration patterns.

Gravity and scaling laws of city to city migration

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