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  • A PLOS Collection Animal Welfare

    Humans have a responsibility to ensure that animals under their care are treated with respect and dignity. Research on animal welfare is crucial to improve the quality of life experienced by animals…

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  • A PLOS Collection Stable Isotopes

    The use of stable isotopes as an analytical tool has been invaluable for a wide variety of scientific disciplines. Researchers in fields ranging from palaeooceanography to anthropology have utilized…

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  • A PLOS Collection Health & Health Care in Gender Diverse Communities

    The approach to health care for trans and gender diverse individuals is evolving in response to expanding knowledge of the needs in these communities, as well as a growing understanding of the…

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  • A PLOS Collection Rewilding and Restoration

    This Collection brings together research articles that explore the design, implementation, management, and outcomes of restoration and rewilding projects in terrestrial, freshwater, marine, and urban…

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  • A PLOS Collection Paleoecology and Paleobiology of Extinct Species

    This Collection showcases recent publications that aim to reconstruct extinct species’ interactions with both the abiotic and biotic environment, including unraveling past faunal communities from…

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  • A PLOS Collection Diagnostic Tests in Low-Resource Settings

    Advances in technology and engineering over the past few decades have led to an increased interest in developing new, low-cost diagnostic techniques for use in resource-constrained settings…

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  • A PLOS Collection Social Psychiatry

    Social contexts and environments have a critical influence on psychiatric morbidity. Whilst biological mechanisms can explain some aspects of psychiatric disorders, their influence is moderated by a…

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  • A PLOS Collection Epidemics on the move: climate change and infectious disease

    Public health and the welfare of the ecosystems that sustain us depend on understanding how global climate change will affect the dynamics and distribution of pathogens and their plant and animal…

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  • A PLOS Collection Neuroscience of Reward and Decision Making

    Humans and other animals must make decisions in order to survive. To make a decision, it is necessary to consider the costs and benefits of a given choice and learn from the resulting outcomes to make…

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  • A PLOS Collection Mathematical Modeling of Infectious Disease Dynamics

    Mathematical modeling of biological processes has contributed to improving our understanding of real-world phenomena and predicting dynamics about how life operates. Mathematical approaches have…

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