Journal Statistics Feature

As a way to demonstrate the success and readership of our Journals, MDPI has recently launched the Journal Statistics page. In depth statistics are now available for all of our journals covered in Scopus. After clicking on the name of the relevant journal, you will find the ‘Journal Statistics’ link in the menu on the left side of the […]

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A new look for MDPI papers

You may have noticed a fresh look to many MDPI journals over the past few months. We have given the article PDFs a makeover to enhance readability and make the research more accessible than ever.   There are a number of changes, but here are a few of the main features of the new look: More compact front matter: […]

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Q&A III: The Editorial Process and Getting Involved

Here is the third instalment of a series of blog posts answering common questions we have received. If you missed them, you can go back and read the first two posts here and here. Today’s questions cover the editorial process and how you and your institution can contribute to MDPI projects.   Q. Are there any regulations for […]

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Q&A I: Authors, Submission and Peer-Review

We always enjoy opportunities to get direct face-to-face feedback from authors and readers, and the recent open access week was an excellent opportunity. We were asked a number of interesting questions that we thought would merit a wider audience. This post kicks off a short series including a selection of the best questions. We are […]

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Awards at MDPI

As a way to encourage and inspire further scientific research and investigation, MDPI journals regularly offer awards to young scientists. There are various categories, for example Young Investigator and Junior Scientist Travel Awards. These are used to sponsor assistant professors, junior scientists, postdoctoral researchers and PhD students to attend various conferences. We still have some […]

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Research Highlights: Gamete Donation, Iris Murdoch and Graceful Death

Here is this week’s final selection of highly rated papers, covering law, religion and social sciences.

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Research Highlights: Noisy Lasers, Superhydrophobicity and What IQ Tests Really Mean

Here is the second of this week’s bumper selection of research articles highly recommended by our reviewers. The topics covered include maths, physics and economics.

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Research Highlights: Coffee, Chromatography and more

It’s open access week and we want to highlight some of the excellent research from MDPI authors that you can read completely for free. This is the first of several posts this week highlighting recent papers that were rated highly during the review process. The first selection, mostly from the field of chemistry, includes some […]

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MDPI at the 18th World Congress of the International Society on Toxinology

Oxford was the setting for the 18th World Congress of the International Society on Toxinology. Toxins was pleased to support and attend the conference. It proved a great opportunity to meet face-to-face with many of the journal’s editors, authors and reviewers. The topics of the conference covered the whole plethora of toxic species, notably animal […]

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Think. Check. Submit.

A new campaign to help authors has recently launched, called Think. Check. Submit. It gives a simple workflow to help authors decide whether a journal they are looking at is reputable and the right one for their work. From their website: Not all researchers receive the same level of training and support in how to […]

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