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Preprints provide a platform for the rapid dissemination of early research. To make content more discoverable, bioRxiv is providing a direct link to all Coronavirus-related preprints on their server.
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Preregistered Research Articles, while not a new offering at PLOS Biology, offer authors additional guarantee of our commitment to emphasize the…
PLOS ONE publishes additional Coronavirus-related papers
Today PLOS ONE added to its collection of COVID-19 papers since we started fast-tracking submissions on January 31st…
PLOS ONE publishes its first Coronavirus-related paper
Open Access and Open Science are critical, especially in times of crisis. The COVID-19 outbreak shows how important it is for medical…
Call for Papers: PLOS Medicine Special Issue on the COVID-19 Pandemic and Global Mental Health
The editors of PLOS Medicine together with Guest Editors Vikram Patel, Daisy Fancourt, Toshi A Furukawa, and Lola Kola announce a…
Young mothers deserve better: Strategies targeting their educational empowerment in Sub-Saharan African countries
Author: Prossy Namyalo is a Ph.D. Candidate of Health Services Research (Health Policy Specialization) and Global Health Specialization at…
Progress on Next Generation Covid Vaccines (Update 7)
I’ve been reporting on progress of different types of next generation Covid vaccines separately from time to time. With this post…
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