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PLOS ONE: an inclusive, peer-reviewed, open-access resource from the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF SCIENCE. Reports of well-performed scientific studies from all disciplines freely available to the whole world.

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    cenblog.org Amusing News Aliquots | Newscripts

    [Guardian] Putting your best face forward: Some folks analyze pictures of academics on their homepages to see “what these pictures reveal about the way academics see themselves.” [ PLoSOne via Annals of Improbable Research ] Did you know that there’s a horse fly named after Beyonce? 10 species na... Read article

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    bespacific.com BeSpacific: Two new research studies identify diet and exercise required to sustain weight loss

    Follow up to previous postings on obesity , via the New York Times - Dieting vs. Exercise for Weight Loss , that references one article in full text, Hunter-Gatherer Energetics and Human Obesity and one abstract, Why do individuals not lose more weight from an exercise intervention at a defined d... Read article

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    unchartedatolls.com Biogeography | Uncharted Atolls

    – The following references and those cited therein were drawn upon for this post. They would serve as nice starting points for more information. Aronson, R., Bruckner, A., Moore, J., Precht, B. & E. Weil 2008. Acropora cervicornis. In: IUCN 2009. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2009.... Read article

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    concurringopinions.com Concurring Opinions » Calling Hoffman and Mehra – Wikipedia Editorial War Zone?

    < The ultimate ACA Cases blog round-up . (fp) Dystopia U: Biometric measures of infotainment engagement levels. (fp) Quirky little review of Contracts in the Real World in a European lawyers' magazine. (LAC) Two heroes of the financial crisis: Hunt & Wadwha . (FP) Elegant solutions for TBTF and i... Read article

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    blog.case.edu Mano Singham's Web Journal: Here we go again

    Disclaimer: The views expressed in this blog are my personal ones and are not those of UCITE or Case Western Reserve University. If you wish, you can send me an email by clicking here . September 22, 2010 Here we go again We are going to see another round of discussions about whether the Bible is... Read article

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    alternative-energy-news.info Energy-Recycling Artificial Foot

    The paper, published in the scientific journal PLoS ONE on February 17th, details the experiment, which was funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Dept. of Veterans Affairs. Researchers are currently testing the energy-recycling artificial foot at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center ... Read article

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    disabilityscoop.com Elvis Tune Offers Insight On Developmental Disabilities - Disability Scoop

    The findings could also have implications for those with conditions ranging from autism to anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder, researchers said. For the study , music was played for 13 people with Williams syndrome and eight typically developing individuals in an effort to elicit an emoti... Read article

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    news.wisc.edu Climate change could drive native fish out of Wisconsin waters (Aug. 16, 2011)

    In a report published online in the journal Public Library of Science One , researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources project a gloomy fate for the fish — an important food for many of Wisconsin's iconic game species — as climate warms ... Read article

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    ecolopresse.20minutes-blogs.fr Chrysomèle : la rotation est incontournable : Ecolo presse

    France Nature Environnement demande donc aux producteurs de maïs et à l'industrie agroalimentaire de faire preuve de réalisme et de responsabilité, en optant dès aujourd'hui pour les solutions agronomiques qui s'imposent dans les régions touchées. *Iowa State University, voir les résultats de cet... Read article

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    exchanges.wiley.com Wiley Open Access Journals Update | Exchanges

    Wiley Open Access Journals Wiley’s Open Access ( WOA ) journals take a different approach to that of PLoSOne’s ‘mega-journal’. Our strategy is to create a series of journals in reasonably broad but cohesive communities, where our publications programs are already strong. This approach is serving ... Read article

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    plospathogens.org PLOS Pathogens: How Do Bacteria Know They Are on a Surface and Regulate Their Response to an Adhering State?

    From a biochemical perspective, bacterial adhesion has been described in terms of specific interactions between localized, specific molecular groups. For example, Escherichia coli expresses type 1 fimbriae possessing tip-positioned adhesive protein FimH that bind specifically to mannose [8] . Som... Read article

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    markuskainu.fi Open Science in the Digital Era - data, research and open access publishing

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    news.cornell.edu Sharing meals with an old flame can provoke jealousy | Cornell Chronicle

    As reported in PLoS ONE July 11, postdoctoral researcher Kevin Kniffin and Professor Brian Wansink of Cornell's Food and Brand Lab polled 79 undergraduates to rate how jealous they would be if their romantic partner were contacted by an old flame and subsequently engaged in an array of food and d... Read article

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    blog.library.si.edu Funding for Open Access Publishing – Smithsonian Libraries Unbound

    While the author-pays model is becoming mainstream (the OA journal, PLOS One published over 23,000 papers in 2012) these memberships are still somewhat new for institutions to manage. The cost-effectiveness of memberships should be weighed against the fact that payment of APCs can often be borne ... Read article

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    organicconsumers.org Honeybees in East Africa Resist Deadly Pathogens

    They measured the sizes of hives and the numbers of bees and tested them for parasites and pesticide contaminants. In a paper published today in the online journal PLOS ONE , the researchers report that honeybees in Kenya are infested with the same nasty pests and diseases that wipe out hives els... Read article

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