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Frontiers for Young Minds

Frontiers for Young Minds, the science education initiative where kids review articles by leading scientists, officially launches this week at the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington D.C.

A web-based science journal edited by kids, for kids, Frontiers for Young Minds aims to make young people enthusiastic about science and engage the next generation of scientists.


New Interactive Review Forum Launched

Frontiers is pleased to announce its new, revolutionary Interactive Review Forum. The Forum harnesses the latest Information Technologies to guide authors, reviewers and editors through fair, efficient, constructive, rigorous and transparent peer review.

The Forum is part of Frontiers' Open Science platform that empowers scientists to advance the way research is evaluated, communicated and shared.


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.


Frontiers is Open Science

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

  • Fast, open-access publication
  • Rigorous peer-review in real-time thanks to our interactive, online interface
  • Detailed metrics to follow the impact of articles
  • A networking platform made especially for the scientific community



Structural changes induced by daily music listening in the brain after stroke

Music is a highly complex and versatile stimulus for the brain that engages many temporal, frontal, parietal, cerebellar, and subcortical areas involved in auditory, cognitive, emotional, and motor processing...


Distribution of HPV genotypes among HIV-positive and HIV-negative women

Objective: HIV-positive women are known to be at high-risk of human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and its associated cervical pathology. Here, we describe the prevalence and distribution of HPV...


Great challenges in volcanology: how does the volcano factory work?

Scientists are asked to describe and understand the complex behavior of natural processes. This is often done in difficult conditions, with instruments detecting specific indicators and providing limited...


Resolution of inflammation: leukocytes and molecular pathways as potential therapeutic targets

Inflammation is the principal defense mechanism against invading pathogens and host injury. Neutralization of the offending insult ideally prompts resolution of...


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