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PLOS Biology Year in Review

2022 was a continued year of growth and expansion for PLOS Biology. We published new and noteworthy research and created even more choice in how researchers publish their findings. Discover journal updates, explore new offerings, and more below.

Year in Review 2022
2022 BY THE NUMBERS

950

Published authors*

248

Published articles*

41

Countries represented by submitting authors*

29,627

Total mentions**


* Data sourced from Web of Science, as of December, 2022
** Mentions; Across web, social media, and news outlets worldwide. Data sourced from Altmetrics

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

This year, we continued to receive and publish high-quality research across the biological sciences. Read noteworthy papers from 2022:

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MEET THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
Nonia Pariente

Nonia Pariente, Editor-in-Chief
orcid.org/0000-0002-3666-5683

BEHIND THE PAPER

We launched a new blog series to gain further insight into the research published in PLOS Biology. Discover the people, projects, and processes from behind the papers. 

INTRODUCING COMMUNITY ACTION PUBLISHING

Open Access is not truly open without easy and equitable opportunities to publish. To support authors of all research communities, funding backgrounds, and institutional requirements, all PLOS journals offer APC-alternative business models through institutional partnerships.

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PLOS BIOLOGY IN THE NEWS

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