The Public Library of Science (PLOS) is celebrating the publication of its 100,000th article, an achievement that represents the efforts of authors, editors, reviewers, and staff from more than 200 countries. This exciting news was found on the PLOS site in their post titled, “PLOS Celebrates Milestone.”

PLOS has been publishing for 10 years, starting with PLOS Biology. They are a perfect example that Open Access is viable, scalable, and sustainable.

Last month, they unveiled a new e-journal platform, with subject area browsing capability made possible by the PLOS thesaurus. The thesaurus was constructed by Access Innovations in 2012 and refined in collaboration with PLOS since then.

Congratulations to PLOS from Access Innovations, and we look forward to future projects and continue to support the commitment to universal, barrier-free science research communication.

Melody K. Smith

Sponsored by Data Harmony, a unit of Access Innovations, the world leader in indexing and making content findable.