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Meet PLOS at the Biophysical Society 59th Annual Meeting

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PLOS ONE and PLOS Biology are excited to return to the Biophysical Society’s Annual Meeting. The event will be held at the Baltimore Convention Center located in downtown Baltimore, Maryland. All are encouraged to stop by booth #636 to speak with PLOS staff and learn more about our journals. We look forward to meeting current and prospective authors, Academic Editors, reviewers, and anyone else interested in PLOS!

Be sure to grab a copy of the PLOS Editors’ Picks for Biophysical Sciences Articles postcard. PLOS editors’ picks include:

Identification of Odorant-Receptor Interactions by Global Mapping of the Human Odorome

Published April 2, 2014, PLOS ONE;

Leatherbacks Swimming In Silico: Modeling and Verifying Their Momentum and Heat Balance Using Computational Fluid Dynamics

Published October 29, 2014, PLOS ONE;

A Bioenergetic Basis for Membrane Divergence in Archaea and Bacteria

Published August 12, 2014, PLOS Biology;

Thermodynamic System Drift in Protein Evolution

Published November 11, 2014, PLOS Biology;

and many more!

The PLOS booth, #636 will be active all week during the Biophysical Society’s Annual Meeting, so please stop by any time to meet our editors and staff. We look forward to seeing you in Baltimore!

Post authored by Glenn Bisignani

Image Credit: Dudley PN, Bonazza R, Jones TT, Wyneken J, Porter WP. PLOS ONE. 2014. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0110701

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