New and Notable, 20 February 2015

Here is a collection of the latest highly rated original research papers from MDPI journals. Happy reading! Connected Car: Quantified Self becomes Quantified Car On the Scale-up of Gas-Hydrate-Forming Reactors: The Case of Gas-Dispersion-Type Reactors Supported Decision-Making for People with Cognitive Impairments: An Australian Perspective? Discrete Anisotropic Radiative Transfer (DART 5) for Modeling Airborne and […]

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New and Notable, 29 January 2015

The following research papers were rated very highly during the review process. We hope you also find them interesting.

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What New Year Resolutions have you made?

The New Year brings the inevitable consideration of whether to make any New Year’s resolutions. Here’s a light-hearted look at some recent research from MDPI that can help you to make up your mind and keep you motivated. Want to quit smoking? A special issue on e-cigarettes, published in the International Journal of Environmental Research […]

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New and Notable, 10 December 2014

Here is another selection of recently published articles highly rated by our reviewers. Do you agree with them?

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New and Notable, 11 November 2014

The following recently published original research articles were rated very highly during the review process. Read and enjoy!

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Committed to Open Access

MDPI is committed to Open Access of all our published research as a tool to disseminate and advance knowledge. We have recently undertaken to support several initiatives to clarify, strength and maintain the use of Open Access publication.

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Finding the Best Fit: Bayesian Statistics Meets Geometry

A common problem faced in research is when a set of data has been collected on the one hand, and a theoretical model (a set of equations with input parameters) exists on the other. We want to know firstly, whether the model describes the data well and secondly, what variables of the model give the […]

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Introducing Open Peer-Review to the Journal Life

We believe that research belongs to the academic community, and that the community should judge what should and should not be published. Typically, for a particular submitted manuscript this process is delegated to a small number of volunteer peer-reviewers.

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