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The prestigious award acknowledges the best innovators in the scholarly publishing industry and Frontiers received the top Gold prize at the awards ceremony in London, UK.

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A Dead-End Host: is there a way out? A position piece on the Ebola virus outbreak by the International Union of Immunology Societies

The fact that not everyone with Ebola virus disease (EVD) has died during the ongoing outbreak in West Africa, with an estimated case fatality rate of 70.8% by September 2014 (1), suggests that some kind of immunity to this virus is possible.

BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE

Reflection does not undermine self-interested prosociality

The cognitive basis of prosocial behavior has received considerable recent attention. Previous work using economic games has found that in social dilemmas, intuitive decisions are more prosocial on average. The Social Heuristics Hypothesis (SHH) explains this result...

ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION

New phylogenetic hypotheses for the core Chlorophyta based on chloroplast sequence data

Phylogenetic relationships in the green algal phylum Chlorophyta have long been subject to debate, especially at higher taxonomic ranks (order, class). The relationships among three traditionally defined and well-studied classes, Chlorophyceae, Trebouxiophyceae, and...


EBOOK

A dynamic interplay between membranes and the cytoskeleton critical for cell development and signaling

Various cellular processes underlying plant development and response to environmental cues rely on a dynamic interplay between membranes and the cytoskeleton, e.g. vesicle and organelle trafficking, endocytosis, exocytosis, and signal transduction...

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Most add-on studies in schizophrenia are negative – why?

Hosted by: Margarita Morozova, Sergey Potanin and George Rupchev

Submit by: December 31, 2014

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