MDPI at the American Chemical Society Conference, Boston 2015

The ACS fall conference is one of the biggest events in the chemistry calendar, and this year was no exception. Up to 15,000 attendees descended on Boston between the 16th and 20th of August. This meeting was particularly special, marking the 250th ACS national meeting. MDPI was excited to be in Boston, and was the only fully open access […]

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New and Notable: 24 June 2015

Here is a selection of recent papers highly recommended by our reviewers. This selection covers public health, sustinability and humanities.

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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 […]

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New and Notable, 7 May 2015

Here is selection of recently published papers that were highly rated during the review process. A broad range this time, taking in information theory, domestic water quality, and mental health law among other topics.

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Reading on the Go

Reading a paper ‘on the go’ has just become easier with our new mobile reader. Whenever you open the HTML full-text from a paper hosted on mdpi.com with your smartphone or tablet computer, you will now be taken to our new mobile reader.

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The 2015 Viruses Young Investigator Prize Has Been Awarded!

Last year Viruses received over 50 nominations for the 2015 Young Investigator Prize in Virology. The Editor-in-Chief of Viruses, Dr. Eric O. Freed, the editorial board members, and, the Viruses editorial staff are proud to announce the awardees: Dr. Jesse Bloom, of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington, is the recipient of […]

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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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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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Updated – Viruses Resources on Ebola Virus and other Filoviruses

Updated on 25 March 2015   Given the current dramatic evolution of the Ebola virus disease outbreak in West Africa, Dr. Jens H. Kuhn from the NIH/NIAID/IRF-Frederick has kindly compiled the following list of resources related to the Ebola virus and other filoviruses that were published in the journal Viruses and are hence openly available. […]

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Reviving the I3S: The 4th International Symposium on Sensor Science will take place in 2015

Sensors are becoming ever more embedded in our daily lives. They are integral parts of the increasingly complex tools we use. As a result, we have higher levels of convenience, safety and efficiency. Advances in sensors sciences have enabled the creation of self-driving cars, remotely controllable households, fully automated production lines, and airborne drones. And […]

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