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Meet PLOS at the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 2014

SVP Blog ImageWe are excited to announce that PLOS will be exhibiting at the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 2014 Annual Meeting from 5-8th November in Berlin.

This is only the second time that the meeting takes place outside North America, and the first time it will be held in continental Europe. To celebrate our attendance PLOS ONE Section Editor, Dr Andy Farke, has specially curated some articles recently published by PLOS. Featured articles range from a description of the oldest Caseid Synapsid to the discovery of a new Ankylosaurid dinosaur, plus many more themed selections. We’ll be giving away some PLOS memorabilia and USB drives featuring this specially curated content, so do visit us early before supplies run out!

We’ll be on the Exhibit Floor, at Booth #14 where you can meet Jenni Horsley, PLOS Collections Editorial Project Coordinator and Alejandra Clark, PLOS ONE Associate Editor. We look forward to meeting you in Berlin and hearing your thoughts about PLOS, open access, open data, and open science.

Image: Godoy PL et al., 2014 (CC-BY)

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