Latest Posts

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

Read How You Want

Two and a half months ago, we announced an update to our online reader that allows users to easily read articles from MDPI journals on mobile devices. We have now released a further update to our article reader to improve readability on desktop computers and tablets.

More Info

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.

More Info

New and Notable, 25 March 2015

The latest articles rated highly in our review process, this month mainly focused around how to meet challenges of improving living conditions when faced with potential pollutants and pests, or an ageing population:

More Info

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.

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

MDPI on Twitter

Population Genomic Analysis of North American Eastern Wolves (Canis lycaon) Supports Their Conservation Priority St… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…