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The iGEM Foundation is dedicated to the advancement of synthetic biology through the development of open community and collaboration. These aims are shared by PLOS, whose mission is to advance scientific communication and peer review through increased openness and sharing. In the third year of our project with iGEM, PLOS held our second Realtime Peer Review Jamboree, where teams were encouraged to review each other’s work in real time along with experts and PLOS staff editors. The teams then revised their work in line with the live peer review event comments and posted them to bioRxiv. Some teams are working towards a full submission to PLOS ONE. All teams would welcome feedback on their papers on bioRxiv.
June 12, 2018Nischal Acharya, Natalie Baker, Marilu Krystal Bravo, Katie Gu, Sierra Harken, Michael Howland Herschl, Addie Petersen, Ileana Pirozzi, Dylan Spangle, Gordon Sun, Brian Vuong, Nils J.H. Averesch, Kosuke Fujishima, Trevor! J. Kalkus, Kara J. Helmke Rogers, Lynn J. Rothschild
March 27, 2018Mackenzie Thornbury, Jacob Sicheri, Caroline Guinard, David Mahoney, Francis Routledge, Matthew Curry, Mariam Elaghil, Nicholas Boudreau, Angela Tsai, Patrick Slaine, Emma Finlayson-Trick, Landon Getz, Jamie Cook, John Rohde, Craig McCormick