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  • This week in PLOS Biology

    In PLOS Biology this week, you can read about interdisciplinary community building, how yeast cells deal with stress, 3D printing and conservation…

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  • How Will We Feed the World?

    PLOS has just launched a new Collection, “The Promise of Plant Translational Research”. Here’s why we did it, and what we hope…

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  • This week in PLOS Biology

    In PLOS Biology this week you can read research articles about dinosaurs, DNA repair, TNFα and neural crest cell migration. We also have…

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  • This week in PLOS Biology

    In PLOS Biology this week you can read about a new General Ecosystem Model for predicting the effects of human activities, a…

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  • This week in PLOS Biology

    In PLOS Biology this week you can read about animals’ adaptability to climate change, generation of antibody diversity, age-related sleep problems, economic…

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    In PLOS Biology this week you can read about saving the world’s fish stocks, the intricacies of insect flight, non-human drumming, a…

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  • Ecological Underpinnings of Wealth

    By Jon Chase Question: What’s the best way to improve the economy of a developing country? Answer: Provide better healthcare to…

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