Non-Coding RNAs in Cancer: An Interview with Dr. Martin Pichler
We are pleased to post an interview with Professor Martin Pichler, who is the Collection Editor for the International Journal of Molecular Sciences Topical Collection of “Regulation by Non-Coding RNAs” . You can also find the interview published here in IJMS. Professor Martin Pichler, MD, MSc, received his MD at the Medical University of Graz, […]More Info
Research Highlights: Sea-Ice, Gold Particles and Molecular Imaging
Research from the global scale down to a single DNA base pair, what happens when you follow venom around the body, and rethinking the meaning of labyrinths. The Impact of Geophysical Corrections on Sea-Ice Freeboard Retrieved from Satellite Altimetry Robert Ricker, Stefan Hendricks and Justin F. Beckers Satellite altimetry is the only method to monitor […]More Info
Research Highlights: New Journal Focus
Starting a new journal is not always an easy enterprise. In particular, attracting high quality papers without an established reputation is a challenge for the editors. On the other hand, a new open access journal can present an opportunity for authors to take advantage of the ready availability of open access with a reduced or […]More Info
Twenty Years of MDPI!
2016 is the 20th anniversary of MDPI, and to celebrate that we have created an Anniversary Page, where we will add content throughout the year! Check out the first post on the page – our anniversary video! With the great help and cooperation of our Editors-in-Chief and Editorial Board Members, we created a short video to show […]More Info
Saying Thank You to Our Reviewers in 2015
As an academic open access publisher, MDPI relies heavily on the time and effort invested not only by our authors and editorial staff, but also by our expert reviewers. Their role is crucial to a journal’s editorial decision-making process. Although peer-review is conducted within the constraints of reviewer confidentiality, we want to take any opportunities […]More Info
Research Highlights: The Vaccarès Lagoon System, Environmental Noise Levels and Car Crashes
It’s time for our first 2016 selection of papers rated highly by our reviewers. We hope you enjoy the read:More Info
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#mdpisports has published an article by @chriswpkay on The Impact of an Outdoor and Adventure Sports Course on the Wellbeing of Recovering UK Military Personnel: An Exploratory Study buff.ly/2VyfEn0 @Sports_MDPI pic.twitter.com/YNiMb4qy9j
Acute Tumor Transition Angle on Computed Tomography Predicts Chromosomal Instability Status of Primary Gastric Cancer: Radiogenomics Analysis from TCGA and Independent Validation mdpi.com/2072-6694/11/5… via @rightrelevance thanks @NCIgenomics
Well done Jostein Blyverket from @NILU_now for your paper on Monitoring Soil Moisture Drought over Northern High Latitudes from Space, nice use of @SMOS_satellite data and our LDAS-Monde analysis @CNRS @meteofrance @RemoteSens_MDPI mdpi.com/2072-4292/11/1…
A paper has been published today in the Special Issue of Symmetry for which I am Guest Editor. The paper's title is "Spin-Boson Model as A Simulator of Non-Markovian Multiphoton Jaynes-Cummings Models", by R. Puebla et al. #mdpisymmetry mdpi.com/465612 @Symmetry_MDPI
#DidYouKnow? Any level of household food insecurity is associated with increased odds of reporting five mental health outcomes, compared to those reporting food security. Learn more: ow.ly/lNEN50uhC3X
Another article out thanks to Ikrom and @meeksee "A Survey of (the) Geospatial Semantic Web for Cultural Heritage" mdpi.com/2571-9408/2/2/… Heritage 2019, 2(2), 1471-1498; doi.org/10.3390/herita… Open Access
Did the Research Faculty at a Small Canadian Business School Publish in “Predatory” Venues? This Depends on the Publishing Blacklist mdpi.com/2304-6775/7/2/… Fascinating to see so many of the big, splashy claims about predatory publishing get debunked!
IJERPH | Free Full-Text | Single Core Genome Sequencing for Detection of both Borrelia burgdorferi Sensu Lato and Relapsing Fever Borrelia Species | HTML mdpi.com/1660-4601/16/1…
New article in @Sus_MDPI: ‘A Case Study of the Sustainable Mobility Problem–Solution Paradox: Motility and Access of Metrorail Commuters in the Western Cape’ by Zinette Bergman and Manfred Max Bergman @SRaM4Agenda2030 @UniBasel, mdpi.com/2071-1050/11/1….