Path for PLOS

The publisher Public Library of Science has been around for some 13 years and has, as Nature News says, transitioned from being a grassroots organization to being a mainstream group — it has even turned a profit.

And now some changes may be underway at the publisher as Peter Jerram, its chief executive, left in the spring and has been replaced by Elizabeth Marincola, who was previously with eLife.

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