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Live today – enter PLoS ONE’s second birthday synchro blog competition

Today's the day. If you are going to enter and possibly win a bag of PLoS swag, we'd like to read your blog post. If you are new to the competition you can read up on it here. Some early entries include:

Ed Yong of Not Exactly Rocket Science posted "Predatory slime mould freezes prey in large groups".

Scicurious of Neurotopia (version 2.0) posted "Why Did the Dolphin Carry a Sponge"?

Scicurious of Neurotopia (version 2.0) also posted "Einstein was smart, but Could He Play the Violin"?

Allyson of Systems Biology & Bioinformatics (Semantically Speaking)posted "One way for RDF to help a bioinformatician build a database: S3DB".

Simon Cockell of Fuzzier Logic posted "Contextual Specificity in Peptide-Mediated Protein Interactions".

The entries are coming in so thick and fast that I can't keep up, so these are just a sample.

Good luck and happy second birthday (on Saturday) to PLoS ONE.


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