Research topics

Restrictions lifted: Research Topics on enhancing your immune system

May 12, 2022

As the Covid-19 restrictions ease and the world opens back up this summer, we have gathered our top article collections on understanding and enhancing your immune system. With collective views of over 2.1 million, researchers explored wellbeing and sustainability topics spanning from shaping the human immune system and gut microbiome to oral immunity and how the environment affects physiology. [...]

Research Topics for healthy lives on a healthy planet

April 13, 2022

Frontiers article collections are at the center of our mission to find solutions for healthy lives on a healthy planet. With collective views of over 4.3 million, researchers explored wellbeing and sustainability topics spanning from yoga for mental health and food security through Smart Foods to protecting our oceans and negative emission technology. [...]

Break the Bias: Research Topics celebrating the findings of female scientists

March 16, 2022

To celebrate Women's History Month and International Women's Day, we are highlighting the top Research Topics from women in science. Break the gender bias in research by reading the findings of these incredible female scientists. With collective views of almost half a million, researchers explored topics spanning from signal processing and infectious disease to materials and gynecological oncology. [...]

Top 10 Research Topics from 2021

January 17, 2022

Find the answers to your biggest research questions from 2021. With collective views of over 3.7 million, researchers explored topics spanning from nutritional immunology and political misinformation to sustainable agriculture and the human-dog bond. [...]

Restoring our planet: Research Topics on COP26

November 19, 2021

With all eyes on the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) this month, we have curated a list of our best Research Topics addressing the four goals of the conference. Explore collections on securing net zero and keeping 1.5 degrees within reach, adapting to protect natural habitats, mobilizing climate finance, and tackling the crisis through collaboration. [...]

Reach for the stars: Research Topics on space exploration

October 11, 2021

With recent advances in commercial space exploration, we have curated a list of our best Research Topics on outer space. Explore collections edited by experts from NASA, The Goddard Space Flight Center, Space Science Institute, German Aerospace Center, Canadian Space Agency, National Space Science Center, European Space Agency, International Space University, and many more. [...]

Going for gold: Research Topics on the Olympic and Paralympic games

August 17, 2021

Did you tune into the Olympics or Paralympics this month? Were you left in awe by the athletes? Curious about the science behind the games? We have curated a list of our best Research Topics on everything Olympic and Paralympic. Enjoy research spanning from the latest insights on new addition sports climbing and athlete hydration strategies to para-athlete mental health and sustainability in sports mega-events. [...]

Summer travel: Research Topics on Transportation

July 15, 2021

Traveling this summer? As many countries open up to tourists, we are highlighting the most recent Research Topics on transportation. Enjoy research spanning from app-based transit and sustainable mobility in the post-COVID-19 era to medical travel and aerospace health and safety. Check out our curated list of the best Research Topics addressing these issues! [...]

Editor’s Choice Award for Evolutionary Psychology – January to March 2021

June 11, 2021

Professor Peter K. Jonason, the Specialty Chief Editor of the Evolutionary Psychology specialty section (Frontiers in Psychology), is delighted to announce the winners of the Editor’s Choice Award for January to March of 2021. The two articles selected have received notable attention within the community and offer important insights from the field of evolutionary psychology to better understand behavioral responses within the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. [...]