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Big Steps Forward for Sciforum—The Open Scientific and Scholarly Forum

MDPI is home to more than a hundred open access journals, including our flagship journals Molecules, Sensors and the International Journal of Molecular Sciences. But did you know that MDPI is one of the pioneers in online conferences for scientists and scholars?

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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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Committed to Open Access

MDPI is committed to Open Access of all our published research as a tool to disseminate and advance knowledge. We have recently undertaken to support several initiatives to clarify, strength and maintain the use of Open Access publication.

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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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All Hands on Deck: Authoring, Reviewing, Publishing

We continually strive to ensure satisfaction with all the services we provide to authors and readers of our journals. In particular, the careful selection of external expert reviewers is of utmost importance. It is the reviewers’ critical scrutiny that enables authors to improve their scientific output and guarantees the high quality of published articles. We […]

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Finding the Best Fit: Bayesian Statistics Meets Geometry

A common problem faced in research is when a set of data has been collected on the one hand, and a theoretical model (a set of equations with input parameters) exists on the other. We want to know firstly, whether the model describes the data well and secondly, what variables of the model give the […]

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