I3S2015: A Conference on Sensor Science
It is now just over a month until I3S2015, the International Symposium on Sensor Science, takes place in Basel between 13 and 15 July 2015 under the patronage of the University of Basel. The program committee, headed by Prof. Peter Seitz, has put together an outstanding schedule that will highlight the latest trends and discoveries […]More Info
Administrative Sciences: Double blind peer-review…while being open about it
Discussions about peer review abound these days. Many highlight weaknesses, while at the same time it remains the dominant method for validating research. Various new and innovative types of peer-review have been implemented to address perceived problems, but all have the same aim: to create a system of peer review that publishes high quality, sound […]More Info
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 […]More Info
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 […]More Info