08 Oct New paper out in PLOS Biology, with 62 collaborators
Our latest paper based on a big global collaboration “Tapping into non-English-language science for the conservation of global biodiversity” has just been published in PLOS Biology.
By screening over 400 thousand peer-reviewed papers in 326 journals published in 16 languages, we showed the untapped, enormous potentials of science written in languages other than English in the conservation of global biodiversity.
This collaboration started in late 2017, so it was amazing to see this finally published after four years of intensive collaboration. We can’t say thank you enough to the 62 collaborators (who are native speakers of collectively 17 languages) for their huge contribution!
Read the article here.
Also see our piece at The Conversation.