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In February, the Wikimedian in Residence on Open Science project focused on improving the infrastructure for WikiProject Open Access. Tool testing continued, though on a lower scale.
The blogging series on the Open Access File of the Day ended on February 14 - the tenth anniversary of the Budapest Open Access Initiative. WikiProject Open Access now features the Open Access File of the Day of the current day and of the three preceding days on its main page, and the Open Access File of the Day can be embedded on user pages. The following files have been featured in February:
February 29: Adult male Hapalomys delacouri rat.
Februrary 28: Fluorescence microscopy of wound healing in Drosophila.
February 27: A female Brookesia desperata with two freshly laid eggs.
February 26: Two-photon excitation microscopy of mouse intestine.
February 25: The fundus of a patient with retinitis pigmentosa.
February 24: The holotype adult skull of Pachycephalosaurus reinheimeri.
February 23: A painting of pyramidal neurons in the subiculum and CA1
February 22: Coronal section of a human brain with cortical edema.
February 21: A love dart of the snail Monachoides vicinus.
February 20: A leaf-cutter ant.
February 19: Nuclei in the worm C. elegans.
February 18: The parasitic wasp Neoneurus vesculus ovipositing in workers of the ant Formica cunicularia.
February 17: The geodesic architecture of viral capsids.
February 16: Song-learning pathways in birds.
February 15: A juvenile Brookesia micra standing on the head of a match.
February 14: A deep-sea community living nearby a hydrothermal vent. Has annotations.
February 13: Transgenic mice expressing enhanced green fluorescent protein
February 12: Zebra finches
February 11: A Golay cell
February 10: Identical twins may look different
February 9: Northwestern Yunnan, China
February 8: Embryo and placenta
February 7: The rove beetle Dalotia coriaria
February 6: Pepper mild mottle virus in action
February 5: The louse Fahrenholzia pinnata
February 4: The small dinosaur Araripesuchus wegeneri
February 3: Wolbachia inside a fruitfly cell
February 2: Gough Island, one of the most remote places on Earth
February 1: The blood-feeding sandfly Lutzomyia longipalpis, transmitter of Leishmaniasis