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When I think about reading peer-reviewed natural history papers — including contemporary articles in a ‘Natural History Miscellany Note’ or ‘The Scientific Naturalist’ section — I imagine them mostly as a classic throwback: just
The Physics & Astronomy Category Recipient of the PLOS ONE Early Career Travel Award in the Physical Sciences Is… post-info Thank you to all community members who submitted applications! We are delighted to
The XV Collection: Anatomy of a Protein Kinase Spine and How to Break It post-info by Ann Stock The post-translational addition of phosphate groups to serine, threonine and tyrosine residues is a fundamental
0000-0003-1823-8642 When I started my research group, I realized that I had to have lab meetings and that there were many approaches to these gatherings. One of the first things to arrange is the schedule.
Military-related factors affecting survival of veterans with ALS By Beth Jones Military veterans may have higher rates of death from the progressive neurodegenerative disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as motor neuron disease, than
orcid.org/0000-0001-5816-9771 Pretty much everyone, at least in societies with access to public education or exposure to media in its various forms, has been introduced to the idea of the gene, but “exposure does not equate
0000-0002-5193-6605 When scientists talk to each other, we end up referencing literature by tossing around names of authors and dates of publications. Our own body of work becomes tied to our names, and I think
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