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    Frontiers in Microbiology specialty sections are turned into fun illustrations. Enjoy, download and color them! — by Chloe Schmidt Frontiers in Microbiology Art Gallery Frontiers in Microbiology is the largest and second most-cited open-access journal in the category of Microbiology, based on our analysis of the 2015 Journal Citation [...]
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    Facing Young Reviewers in a Live Review BASF 2016

    December 14, 2016 // 0 Comments

    In association with the Bay Area Science Festival, Frontiers for Young Minds hosted the second edition of our annual event, held at the Chabot Space and Science center in Oakland on the 29th of October and what a success it was! Researchers were asked to present their work not only to the public, but also to a panel of six young reviewers who [...]

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    Peer-reviewing Frontiers

    January 27, 2016

    Surveys among thousands of our authors, editors, reviewers show high overall satisfaction with Frontiers,  but also yield constructive criticisms which help us to improve our processes and platform. Frontiers is determined to let researchers shape scholarly publishing. It is therefore important [...]
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    Peer review plays a pivotal role in the advancement of scholarly literature. Around 2 million research papers are currently published every year, all assessed by expert colleagues to analyse the authors’ results and conclusions, provide detailed feedback and help shape the manuscripts. But it is [...]
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    Frontiers has several key strategies to ensure the highest quality standards possible through our collaborative peer review. [...]