Public Library of Science (PLOS) Publishes 2014-2015 “Progress Update”
From a Summary/Blog Post:
Each year PLOS releases a Progress Update, an annual overview of innovations, activities and journal highlights that provide insight into how the organization is moving scientific communication and discovery forward.
This year topics include:
Transparent and Continual Assessment Advances Science
One PLOS Many Communities
Metrics Enhancements Improve Assessment
Standards Enable Reproducibility
Resources Foster Early Career Researchers
Open Access Advances Science
Curated Content Accelerates Discovery
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