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Frontiers wins the ALPSP Award for Innovation in Publishing

Frontiers has won the ALPSP Award for Innovation in Publishing in recognition of its Open-Science platform that provides open-access academic publishing and research networking for researchers.

The prestigious award acknowledges the best innovators in the scholarly publishing industry and Frontiers received the top Gold prize at the awards ceremony in London, UK.

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Decoding spectrotemporal features of overt and covert speech from the human cortex

Auditory perception and auditory imagery have been shown to activate overlapping brain regions. We hypothesized that these phenomena also share a common underlying neural representation. To assess this, we used electrocorticography...

PLANT SCIENCE

Roles for jasmonate- and ethylene-induced transcription factors in the ability of Arabidopsis to respond differentially to damage caused by two insect herbivores

Plant responses to insects and wounding involve substantial transcriptional reprogramming that integrates hormonal, metabolic, and physiological events. The ability to respond differentially to various stresses...

ROBOTICS AND AI

Testing biological hypotheses with embodied robots: adaptations, accidents, and by-products in the evolution of vertebrates

Evolutionary robotics allows biologists to test hypotheses about extinct animals. In our case, we modeled some of the first vertebrates, jawless fishes, in order to study the evolution of the trait after which vertebrates are named...

EBOOK

The world according to zebrafish: How neural circuits generate behavior

Understanding how the brain functions is one of the most ambitious current scientific goals. This challenge will only be accomplish by a multidisciplinary approach involving genetics, molecular biology, optics, ethology, neurobiology and mathematics...

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Featured Research Topic

The Grammar of Multilingualism

Hosted by: Artemis Alexiadou and Terje Lohndal

Submit by: May 31, 2015

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Tatiana Foroud Indiana University School of Medicine Frontiers Associate Editor

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