Frontiers Announcements

Miriam Rengel – Women in space

April 11, 2022 // 0 Comments

This week, we speak with Dr. Miriam Rengel, a researcher at Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research in Gottingen, Germany. Her research focuses on the atmosphere of solar and extrasolar planets. Dr. Rengel has been involved in propelling the mission on the NASA/DLR airborne telescope SOFIA to observe the atmosphere on Titan, Jupiter’s moon. [...]

Elena Ibanez – From chemical engineering to food science and technology 

February 25, 2022 // 0 Comments

Prof. Elena Ibanez is the Specialty Chief Editor in the journal Frontiers in Nutrition. In this conversation we discuss her passion as a professor, incredible relationship with her students and the importance of nutrition research and how nutrition is at the heart of everything we do and how it affects our economy, our wellbeing, and, most of all, our behavior as human beings. [...]

Marie-Eve Tremblay – Being a woman in science is my responsibility

February 11, 2022 // 0 Comments

Dr. Tremblay is an Associate Professor at the University of Victoria in Canada and a leading neuroscientist in her field. Today, we discuss Dr. Tremblay’s career, but also how she maintains balance and an incredibly positive attitude that resonates within her research group and inspires her to achieve greater heights with her research into microglia.  [...]

Asha de Vos – Every coastline needs a local hero 

December 10, 2021 // 0 Comments

In the world of marine science, Dr. Asha de Vos rarely needs an introduction. The Sri Lankan marine biologist and ocean educator is best known for her pioneering work on blue whales and for founding the non-profit Oceanswell, Sri Lanka's first marine conservation research and education organization. [...]

Haleh Moravej – Branches of science

November 25, 2021 // 0 Comments

Haleh Moravej is a registered nutritionist, a scientist and a founder of MetMUnch. She is also a senior lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University, and we speak about Haleh's drive and motivation for or teaching and changing lives. [...]

Frontiers’ statement on UNESCO Open Science Recommendation

November 17, 2021 // 0 Comments

Frontiers welcomes the news on the unanimous adaptation of The UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science and recognizes the urgency of addressing complex and interconnected environmental, social and economic challenges facing the world and the vital importance of science, technology and innovation in response to these challenges. [...]

Sarah Berry – Science is my favorite hobby

November 11, 2021 // 0 Comments

Dr. Sarah Berry is a reader in nutritional sciences at King’s College London. In this interview we talk to Dr. Berry about both her career in nutritional sciences and her passion for the subject. Furthermore, we discuss recent advancements in the world of research and its potential expansion over time. [...]