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Recognizing scientific literacy & illiteracy

orcid.org/0000-0001-5816-9771PLOSBLOGS welcomes biology researcher, PLOS Biology author and PLOS ONE Academic Editor Mike Klymkowsky as our new Sci-Ed blog team leader and blogger. For more about Mike’s work click on “About this Blog,” above. By
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