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  • Worth a Thousand Words

    This week’s PLoS ONE featured image is taken from a paper published today by Denver Fowler and colleagues at the Museum of…

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  • Worth a Thousand Words

    The New Oxford American Dictionary’s Word of the Year for 2009, unfriend, has prompted much debate online as to whether the chosen…

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    This week’s PLoS ONE featured image is taken from a paper by Michael G. Anderson at Massey University, New Zealand, and colleagues…

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  • Worth a Thousand Webs

    We must be approaching Halloween because after last week’s news stories about the discovery of an (almost) herbivorous spider, reported in Current…

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    This week’s featured PLoS ONE image is taken from an article entitled, ECG Response of Koalas to Tourists Proximity: A Preliminary Study…

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  • Worth a Thousand Birds

    It was too difficult to choose just one new PLoS ONE article with interesting multimedia to highlight this week, especially when I…

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    Our featured PLoS ONE image this week comes from an article published yesterday by Alicia Montesinos and colleagues from the Consejo Superior…

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    This week’s PLoS ONE featured image is taken from an article published today by Maria Antonietta Costa of the Universidad Católica del…

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  • Worth a Thousand Words

    PLoS ONE has published papers before on the evolution and significance of gestures and other forms of non-verbal communication in humans and…

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  • Worth a Thousand Words

    Four years ago (this month actually), I remember watching the first news reports of hurricane Katrina ravaging the Gulf Coast. Some of…

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  • Worth a Thousand Words

    Last month saw the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Apollo Moon through with a range of commemorative events, including the…

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    Coffee is rarely far from my mind—or my desk—especially in the middle of the week. As the most heavily traded commodity in…

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