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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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Frontiers is an online platform for the scientific community to publish open-access articles and network with colleagues.

  • Fast, open-access publication
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Predictors of depression, stress, and anxiety among non-tenure track faculty

Over the past four decades, colleges and universities in the US have seen an increase in the number of non-tenure-track (NTT) faculty. Nationwide, 70% of faculty members in higher education are employed off the tenure-track. Most NTT...

BIOENGINEERING AND
BIOTECHNOLOGY

Study on the antimicrobial properties of citrate-based biodegradable polymers

In this study, various citric acid derived biodegradable polymers were synthesized and investigated for their physicochemical and antimicrobial properties. Results indicate that citric acid derived polymers reduced bacterial proliferation...

ECOLOGY AND
EVOLUTION

The evolution of African plant diversity

Africa, symmetrically astride the equator, is rich in biodiversity paradoxes. The Sahara, the world's largest desert, is arguably the largest extremely species-poor area on the planet. At the other end of the continent is the Cape flora, arguably the globally most species rich temperate flora...


EBOOK

Time and Causality

The problem of how humans and other intelligent systems construct causal representations from non-causal perceptual evidence has occupied scholars in cognitive science for many decades. Most contemporary approaches agree with David Hume that patterns of covariation between...

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