The PLoS T!

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So, this came in the mail today:

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Needless to say I am thrilled beyond words and am not going to take it off for days to come!

Support the Open Access movement: show your appreciation! for those of you wondering what the hell PLoS is, just click the pic to know more!

Skeptic Oslerphile, Scientist at the Indian Council of Medical Research, National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases. Interests include: Emerging Infections, Public Health, Antimicrobial Resistance, One Health and Zoonoses, Diarrheal Diseases, Medical Education, Medical History, Open Access, Healthcare Social Media and Health2.0. Opinions are my own!

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  1. I’d never heard of PLoS before, and I am very grateful to have found out. From the brief look I’ve taken at their website, I’m impressed. Actually, just reading their little introduction to themselves on the homepage impressed me; I’m constantly irritated by how little I have access to in regards to science simply because I can’t afford a subscription or am not part of the right organisation. Luckily, at the moment, I have some access to things I’m interested in due to being in university and having access to all the university’s resources. Still, I fully believe that resources should be made free and accessible to anyone willing to learn.

    • PLoS is the biggest publisher of high quality, open access research articles. Coming from the developing world, I can hardly ever subscribe to all the paid-for journals. PLoS and the Open Access have been a life-saver for me!

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