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May 20, 2022

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This Collection highlights content published across the PLOS journals relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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latitude blog

Cities and Climate Change: PLOS Climate’s first Call for Papers

We are excited to launch PLOS Climate‘s first ever call for papers, on the theme of “Cities and Climate Change“, drawing together research on all aspects of urban climate change mitigation, adaptation and resilience, covering topics including emission reductions, energy systems, technological solutions, green infrastructure, urban planning and design, policy, social justice and public health.

Cities and Climate Change: PLOS Climate’s first Call for Papers

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everyone blog

Interviews with the lab protocol community

PLOS ONE has published a Lab Protocols Collection to highlight this new article type launched in early 2021. This collection showcases a set of peer-reviewed lab protocols across our broad scope, including cell biology, molecular biology, biochemistry, biotechnology, structural biology, and archaeology.

Interviews with the lab protocol community

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Latitude blog

Don't forget the socks!

Giuliana Panieri, Professor in Geology at the University of Tromsø, prepares to set sail for the Arctic– the latest step in an interdisciplinary, co-creative project.

Don't forget the socks!

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Cognitive Psychology

Causal reasoning without mechanism

Dündar-Coecke and colleagues investigated how adults and children reason about mechanisms that relate causes to effects.

Causal reasoning without mechanism

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