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PLOS has published a lot of great blog content in the past three months, and we don’t expect our readers to be up to date on everything. So, we are starting a new blog series called, ‘In case you missed it (ICYMI)’, a collection of some blogs and key announcements from the previous quarter. Happy reading!

From the Official PLOS Blog:

Open Access Doesn’t Need APCs: Our Progress To-Date

PLOS partners with DataSeer to develop Open Science Indicators

PLOS cheers the OSTP memorandum “Ensuring Free, Immediate, and Equitable Access to Federally Funded Research”

What drives us: Working together to lead science communication forward

What drives us: Collaborating globally to build trust in science

What drives us: Changing the landscape to make Open Access more affordable

What drives us: Exploring the possibilities of Open Science

What drives us: Ensuring fair opportunities for all authors

PLOS and OA Switchboard Announce Partnership

5 Open Science practices that improve reproducibility & support trust in science

From Speaking of Medicine and Health:

How to lead an African public health institute through a pandemic

Is global health ignoring global human development?

UK COVID-19 Inquiry Must Examine the Paternalism and Power Dynamics Underpinning its International Pandemic Response

Why Every Body Counts

Stepping up to Address Global Breastfeeding Inequities: Reflections on World Breastfeeding Week 2022

How not to become a global health expert

Overturning Roe vs. Wade will reverberate globally

From EveryONE:

Understanding Plastic Pollution: Consumer attitudes and knowledge

Understanding Plastic Pollution: The contribution from clothing, and the fate of plastics further up the food chain

An interview with PLOS ONE Pediatric Section Editors Ju-Lee Oei and Ivan Florez

An interview with PLOS ONE Women’s and Maternal Health Section Editor Rubeena Zakar

What the Kalahari can tell us about humans and climate – Interview with researcher Jessica von der Meden

From Latitude:

Safe and Sustainable Water in Cities: PLOS Water’s first Call for Papers

Coming soon: Call for Papers on Nature-based Solutions

From Biologue:

Behind the paper: ecosystem evolution of the first animals

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