Frontiers is accredited by and a member of major publishing regulatory and ethical committees, and our journals are recognised and archived in established international indexes and repositories. We work with certified publishing service providers and leading consortia advocating Open Science.
In order to safeguard the integrity of the scholarly literature and adhere to the highest quality standards and best ethical practices, Frontiers is a member of the following key bodies:
Open Archives and Indexes
Frontiers articles are included in the following archives and indexes to facilitate discoverability and accessibility, and to ensure long-term preservation.
Web of Science
Science Citation Index Expanded, Emerging Sources Citation Index and Journal Citation Reports.
Integrated Service Providers
Frontiers articles are of the highest quality – a standard we are committed to maintaining. To ensure this, we collaborate with top external service providers:
In addition to a full suite of Frontiers article impact metrics, we have also integrated Altmetric, allowing for alternative and objective ways to evaluate research.
All published articles are enriched with a record of the current article status.
Authors submitting manuscripts to any Frontiers journal can benefit from specially priced and subject-relevant editing, translation and review support from Editage’s highly qualified and experienced publication experts.
To meet the data deposition requirements of our authors and help them showcase their research data outputs, a Figshare widget is embedded on all articles pages, enabling readers to view supplemental data alongside the article.
All submitted articles are checked for plagiarism and that they adhere to quality standards.
Our networking platform, Loop, is fully integrated with ORCID, enabling authors to quickly and easily import publications.
As an Open Science advocate, Frontiers works at an EU level with the European Commission and other Open Science stakeholders to further our joint mission for Open Science and innovation.
Horizon 2020 expert group on the Future of Scholarly Publishing and Scholarly Communication