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FAQ

What is the PLOS Collections Blog?

The PLOS Collections Blog provides a platform for Collection editors, authors and organisers – as well as the PLOS Collections Team – to blog about the research and commentary published in PLOS Collections. Articles published in the PLOS Collections Blog are seamlessly integrated with PLOS Collections.

How do I find out more about PLOS Collections?

To find out more about PLOS Collections, including how to propose a PLOS Collection, please contact the Collections Team or visit the PLOS Collections website.

How do I find out more about the PLOS Blogs Network?

The PLOS Collections Blog is part of the PLOS Blogs Network. For more information about the Network, including Community Guidelines and Licensing, see the About Page.

I write a CC BY blog and would like my content to be considered – is this possible?

Yes! The PLOS Collections Blog is powered by Pressforward, which allows us to add feeds from other CC BY to our content. Blogs will be considered by the Collections Team for inclusion on the Blog or as part of a PLOS Collection. Contact us if you would like your blog feed added to our library.

Can I submit a blog?

Yes, if you would like to submit a blog on a subject covered by a PLOS Collection – which means pretty much anything scientific – we will certainly consider it for inclusion on the PLOS Collections Blog.

We particulraly encourage authors, editors and organisers of our Collections to submit a blog for inclusion on the relevant Collection page.

To submit a blog please contact collections@plos.org

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