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Frontiers wins the ALPSP Award for Innovation in Publishing

Frontiers has won the ALPSP Award for Innovation in Publishing in recognition of its Open-Science platform that provides open-access academic publishing and research networking for researchers.

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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What's on TV? Detecting age-related neurodegenerative eye disease using eye movement scanpaths

We test the hypothesis that age-related neurodegenerative eye disease can be detected by examining patterns of eye movement recorded whilst a person naturally watches a movie. [...] we have demonstrated that a group of patients with age-related neurodegenerative ...

CELLULAR & INFECTION MICROBIOLOGY

Non-coding RNA regulation in pathogenic bacteria located inside eukaryotic cells

Intracellular bacterial pathogens have evolved distinct lifestyles inside eukaryotic cells. Some pathogens coexist with the infected cell in an obligate intracellular state, whereas others transit between the extracellular and intracellular environment. Adaptation to these ...


SYSTEMS NEUROSCIENCE

Chaos analysis of EEG during isoflurane-induced loss of righting in rats

It has long been known that electroen- cephalogram (EEG) signals generate chaotic strange attractors and the shape of these attractors correlate with depth of anesthesia. We applied chaos analysis to frontal cortical and hippocampal micro-EEG signals from implanted microelectrodes ...


EBOOK

From soil to seed: micronutrient movement into and within the plant

In all living organisms, essential micronutrients are cofactors of many ubiquitous proteins that participate in crucial metabolic pathways, but can also be toxic when present in excessive concentrations. In order to achieve correct homeostasis, plants need to control uptake of metals from the environment ...

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Featured Research Topic

Models of Reference

Hosted by: Kees Van Deemter, Emiel Krahmer, Albert Gatt and Roger Van Gompel

Submit by: July 05, 2015

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Arnaud Rey CNRS & Aix­Marseille Université Frontiers Review Editor

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