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The Scientific History Behind the Environmental Movement

A few years ago, if you mentioned caring for the environment, most people wouldn’t have listened. But today that kind of talk has led to a green movement. One with a mission to make the world a...

Science > Environmental Science

Keywords: environment, History, environmental science, Literature, movements

Posted by: Mariia Lvovych

Posted on: 16 Sep 2015

How Interior Design and Color Affects Human Happiness

When the average person considers the design and appearance of their home, they simply choose features that appeal to their style and comfort. However, research shows that homeowners may want to...

Science > Environmental Science

Keywords: happiness, Interior Design, colors perception, Space Perception, environmental psychology

Posted by: Mariia Lvovych

Posted on: 01 Sep 2015

Is it Actually Safe to Drink? Understanding Which Factors Impact Water Quality and the Perception of Healthy Drinking Water

Safe, healthy drinking water is one of those things first world countries take for granted. It’s always there when you need it, yet you rarely think about how incredible that is. For centuries,...

Science > Environmental Science > Freshwater Science

Keywords: Human perception, Quality of water, Water Quality, drinking water quality, Drinking Water, public perception

Posted by: Mariia Lvovych

Posted on: 26 Aug 2015

The Frontiers blog has expanded and moved to a new location!

Check out the new blog at: blog.frontiersin.org

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: Frontiers, Blog

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 19 Aug 2015

Is Food Addiction the Reason That 70 Percent of America Is Obese?

In case you haven’t been paying attention to the news lately, 70 percent of America is currently obese, and the numbers aren’t getting any better. We can’t stop talking about the problem, but not...

Science > Psychology > Eating Behavior

Keywords: food addiction, Food Habits, overeating, Obesity

Posted by: Mariia Lvovych

Posted on: 16 Jul 2015

Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup - June 12, 2015

Selected news, views and information on Open Science and scholarly publishing from the past week

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: Peer Review, scholarly publishing, academic publishing, Open access, Open Data, Open Science

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 12 Jun 2015

Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup - June 05, 2015

Selected news, views and information on Open Science and scholarly publishing from the past week

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: Open access, Open Science, Open Data, scholarly publishing, academic publishing, Peer Review

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 08 Jun 2015

Frontiers forms publishing agreement with the University of Birmingham

We are delighted to inform you that the University of Birmingham is in a pre-payment agreement with Frontiers

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Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 04 Jun 2015

Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup - May 29, 2015

Selected news, views and information on Open Science and scholarly publishing from the past week

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: Open Science, Open Data, Open access, Peer Review, Publishing

Posted by: Michiel "Mischa" B. Dijkstra

Posted on: 29 May 2015

Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup - May 22, 2015

Selected news, views and information on Open Science and scholarly publishing from the past week

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: Open Data, Open Science, Open access, Peer Review, scholarly publishing

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 22 May 2015

Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup - May 15, 2015

Selected news, views and information on Open Science and scholarly publishing from the past week

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: scholarly publishing, Peer Review, Open access, Open Data, Open Science

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 20 May 2015

The Relationship Between Art and the Brain

You’ve probably heard that those who engage in art are smarter, which is why elite, private schools require their students to engage in some form of art. But is there truth to that? According to...

Science > Neuroscience > Human Neuroscience

Keywords: Visual art, relationship between art and the brain, art and the brain, neuroaesthetics, Cognitive neuroscience

Posted by: Mariia Lvovych

Posted on: 18 May 2015

Frontiers at asm2015!

Come see us during the ASM General Meeting 2015 in New Orleans, USA! Booth #108, May 30-June 2.

Science > Microbiology

Keywords: asm2015, Conference, Microbiology, American Society for Microbiology, New Orleans

Posted by: Frontiers in Ecology And Evolution Editorial Office

Posted on: 15 May 2015

Show me the money

Is our obsession with grant money creating an avoid-teaching-at-all-costs mindset?

Science > Ecology and Evolution

Keywords: Educational Status, Academies and Institutes, Academic Achievement, grants, Teacher Education, Teaching, Publishing, undergraduate students, Tenure-Track

Posted by: David Roy Smith

Posted on: 10 May 2015

Pain in fish: reflections…

Recently a Dutch journal (‘de Volkskrant’; special issue Sir Edmund 25th April 2015, pp 48-50) featured an article on the question of pain in fish. I was one of the interviewed and I suggested that...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Behavioral and Evolutionary Ecology

Keywords: Fishes, Pain, phylogeny

Posted by: Ruud Van den Bos

Posted on: 10 May 2015

Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup - May 08, 2015

Selected news, views and information on Open Science and scholarly publishing from the past week

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: Peer Review, scholarly publishing, academic publishing, Open Data, Open Science, Open access

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 08 May 2015

Most viewed Neuroscience articles in April 2015

The most viewed articles from the "Frontiers in" Neuroscience journals from April 2015. All articles are Open Access - enjoy!

Science > Neuroscience > Aging Neuroscience

Keywords: Most viewed, April, Neuroscience

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 06 May 2015

Most viewed Physiology articles in April 2015

Catch up with the most viewed articles from Frontiers in Physiology this April. All are Open Access - enjoy!

Science > Physiology > Aquatic Physiology

Keywords: Most viewed, April, Physiology

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 06 May 2015

Most viewed Microbiology articles in April 2015

Catch up with the most viewed articles from Frontiers in Microbiology this April. All are Open Access - enjoy!

Science > Microbiology > Antimicrobials, Resistance and Chemotherapy

Keywords: Microbiology, Most viewed, April

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 05 May 2015

Most viewed Plant Science articles in April 2015

Catch up with the most viewed articles from Frontiers in Plant Science this April. All are Open Access - enjoy!

Science > Plant Science > Agronomy

Keywords: Most viewed, plant science, April

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 05 May 2015

Most viewed Psychology articles in April 2015

Catch up with the most viewed articles from Frontiers in Psychology this April. All are Open Access - enjoy!

Science > Neuroscience > Aging Neuroscience

Keywords: Most viewed, Psychology, April

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 05 May 2015

Loop reaches 200,000 users

Loop, our new research network for scientists, reached 200,000 users this week!

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Posted by: Michelle Ponto

Posted on: 04 May 2015

Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup - Apr 30, 2015

Selected news, views and information on Open Science and scholarly publishing from the past week

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: Open access, Open Science, Open Data, Peer Review, scholarly publishing, academic publishing

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 01 May 2015

How Addiction Can Affect Brain Connections

The following is how the brain and its connections are altered by different drugs and behaviors. Many drugs alter the brain in specific ways which make the addict believe they cannot live without the...

Science > Psychology > Biological Psychology

Posted by: Charlie Day

Posted on: 30 Apr 2015

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