Micromachines—Research Highlights

Micromachines is an open access journal on the technology and science of micro-scale machines and micromachinery, published monthly online by MDPI. Micromachines seeks and encourages submission on significant and original works related to all aspects of micro/nano-scaled structures, devices, systems as well as related micro- and nanotechnology from fundamental research to applications. For more information, […]

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Biology—Research Highlights

Biology is an international, open access, peer-reviewed biological sciences journal, published quarterly online by MDPI. The aim of the journal is to bring together studies employing the varied experimental and theoretical approaches that are fueling biological discovery. It is an inclusive journal that covers a wide variety of disciplines and sub-disciplines: biochemistry, genetics, immunology, paleontology, […]

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Happy First Birthday to Preprints.org

Today marks one year since the very first preprint was posted at Preprints.org. Over 1400 preprints later we are pleased to say that the platform has grown very well over that time and want to say a big thank you to all who have supported us. We have posted the work of over 5400 authors […]

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Featured Journal of the Month—Nanomaterials

We are pleased to announce the Featured Journal of this Month— Nanomaterials. Nanomaterials is an Open Access Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Journal, published monthly by MDPI. Since it was founded in 2011, 598 articles have been published, 65 of them cited 10 times or more (h-10 index). The current Impact Factor is 2.690, and the five-year […]

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Research Highlights—Focus on Applied Sciences

In the current article, we present a selection of recently published papers that highlight the latest research in trending topics, including nanofluids, nanotechnology and applied nanosciences, applied artificial neural networks and control systems. On Squeezed Flow of Jeffrey Nanofluid between Two Parallel Disks Tasawar Hayat, Tehseen Abbas, Muhammad Ayub, Taseer Muhammad and Ahmed Alsaedi The […]

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Statistics on Academic Publishers at Sciforum

We announce the update of publisher statistics hosted on Sciforum, which now includes 2016 data. The site is a free platform that allows users to browse publishers and journals to see how many papers have been published per year and how many journals each publisher has in its portfolio. Additional features include an overview of the academic […]

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Research Highlights: Thought-Provoking Ideas

This research highlights post brings together a broad spectrum of research. They all have one thing in common, though: A focus on developing original and powerful ideas to help us understand the world. The topics covered here include genetics, communication, poverty and genealogy. The original approaches and critical thinking impressed our reviewers, we hope you enjoy them as well. Symmetries […]

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Research Highlights: Focus on Chemistry

Here are a selection of papers rated highly during the review process. This focus of this post is on chemistry and biochemistry, taking in ultra-fast dynamics, testosterone deficiency, a novel bioactive compound from a deep-water sponge, hydrogen storage, and a suggestion for extracting something useful from a large pile of manure. Ultrafast Electronic Deactivation Dynamics of […]

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MDPI at “Academic Publishing in Europe” (APE 2017)

Maria Schalnich and Martyn Rittman How can we build and grow a sustainable scientific publishing eco-system? How can we react to the needs of multidisciplinary research? How can we capture innovative trends in publishing and use them to meet the needs of authors, editors and reviewers? How can we improve and optimize our processes? Is […]

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Research Highlights: Reviews, Measurements and a Novel Virus

This post collects a diverse range of papers rated highly by peer reviewers during the editorial process. It takes in simultaneous in vivo measurements of DNA, lipid and protein creation in cells; discovery of a new virus; a systematic review of the relationship between magnesium intake and type 2 diabetes; a review of the susceptibility of premature babies […]

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