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Frontiers celebrates 20,000 published articles

Frontiers has reached the publication milestone of 20,000 high-quality, peer-reviewed articles across its growing “Frontiers in” journal series, confirming its position among the five leading open-access publishers worldwide.

This major milestone was made possible by the unified effort of Frontiers’ growing community of 45,000 editors and 100,000 authors from 140 countries. Thanks to all of you who were part of this community-driven growth!

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Nature Publishing Group and Frontiers form alliance to further open science

NPG and Frontiers will work together to empower researchers to change the way science is communicated, through open access publication and open science tools.

Frontiers remains true to its grand vision to build an Open Science platform where everybody has an equal opportunity to seek, share and generate knowledge.

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Near-death experiences in non-life-threatening events and coma of different etiologies

Near-death experiences are increasingly being reported as a clearly identifiable physiological and psychological reality of clinical significance. However, the definition and causes of the phenomenon as well as the identification of...

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From speech to thought: the neuronal basis of cognitive units in non-experimental, real-life communication investigated using ECoG

Exchange of thoughts by means of expressive speech is fundamental to human communication. However, the neuronal basis of real-life communication in general, and of verbal...


GENETICS

Genetic analysis of long-lived families reveals novel variants influencing high density-lipoprotein cholesterol

The plasma levels of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL) have an inverse relationship to the risks of atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease (CVD), and have also been associated with...


EBOOK

Nuclear components and dynamics during plant innate immunity

In plants, efficient immune responses against microbial infection depend on the ability to rapidly couple pathogen recognition to downstream signaling responses. In this context, plant immunity requires highly dynamic responses that...

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Pre-Symptomatic Diagnostics and Treatments of Diseases Caused by Biothreat Agents

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