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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.

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FEATURED ARTICLES AND EBOOKS


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Baby schema in human and animal faces induces cuteness perception and gaze allocation in children

In the present study we have systematically investigated the effects of the baby schema on children’s perception of cuteness in human and animal faces, using both explicit (i.e., cuteness judgment) and implicit (i.e., gaze behavior)...


NEUROSCIENCE

Brain-like associative learning using a nanoscale non-volatile phase change synaptic device array

In this work, we demonstrate, using experiments, array level associative learning using phase change synaptic devices connected in a grid like configuration similar to the organization of the biological brain. Implementing Hebbian...


EARTH SCIENCE

Satellite radar data reveal short-term pre-explosive displacements and a complex conduit system at Volcán de Colima, Mexico

We present a model of the uppermost conduit system of Volcán de Colima, a dome building volcano located in Western Mexico, based on geodetic data acquired shortly prior to an explosion. The...


EBOOK

Active Touch Sensing

Active touch can be described as the control of the position and movement of tactile sensing systems by reaching out and exploring—sensing by “touching” as opposed to being touched. The active nature of these movements entails precise precise control of the sensory apparatus, which is task-specific.

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Community proteomics in microbial ecology

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Iftah Biran Sheba Medical Center Frontiers Associate Editor

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