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10 Simple Rules

A new feature of PLOS Computational Biology is a series of articles titled, “Ten Simple Rules.” Written by PLOS Computational Biology Editor-in-Chief Philip E. Bourne, and occasionally with collaborators, the “Ten Simple Rules” aim to provide a quick, concise guide of interest to researchers as they move through their careers. Topics focusing on beginning a research career include: “Ten Simple Rules for Graduate Students,” “Ten Simple Rules for Selecting a Postdoctoral Position,” and “Ten Simple Rules for Choosing between Industry and Academia.” Topics of interest as a researcher builds their career include: “Ten Simple Rules for Writing Research Papers,” “Ten Simple Rules for Getting Grants,” and “Ten Simple Rules for Getting Published.

New articles will be added as they are published, so check back regularly to see what’s new.

~Nancy Tannery

Posted in the December 2014 Issue