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Celebrating the International Day of Education

In 2019, the United Nations (UN) established the International Day of Education (IDE), as part of their ongoing effort to improve access to education worldwide. This Sunday 24th January 2021 will be its third occurrence, and MDPI joins the UN, Unicef and others in celebrating this important awareness event. As well as being a human […]

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Insulin Resistance in the 2020’s: An Interview with Dr. Amedeo Lonardo

We had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Amedeo Lonardo (Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria di Modena, Modena, Italy) who collaborates with Metabolites as an editorial board member and also edits a topical collection entitled Insulin Resistance in the 2020's. He is also a member of the Italian Association for the Study of the Liver (AISF) and has published […]

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Interview | New species of harlequin toad (Atelopus) described, raising concerns for its conservation

An Interview with Rafael F. Jorge from Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia, Brazil. Today we wanted to discuss with Rafael F. Jorge about his recently published paper in Diversity, where Miquéias Ferrão, Albertina P. Lima, and himself describe a new species of Atelopus from the lowlands of Central Amazonia in the region of Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil. […]

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MDPI Awards: recognition and funding for scientific advancement

Since MDPI’s award scheme was set up in 2016, a total of 550 prizes have been granted. In order to acknowledge the talent of the academics who publish in our many journals, and with a view to inspiring and supporting the academic community, we allocate these awards to outline the impacts that various individual works […]

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Meiofauna Life on Loggerhead Sea Turtles—Diversely Structured Abundance and Biodiversity Hotspots That Challenge the Meiofauna Paradox

This interesting article, written by Jeroen Ingels, Yirina Valdes et al., and published in Diversity in May 2020, has contributed to increasing knowledge about the relationship between sea turtles and the meiofauna on its carapaces. The main topics of this research have attracted the social and other media attention, being in the top 5% of […]

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Hybrids by Accident: The Researchers Story Behind the Breakthrough

Article: Hybridization of Russian Sturgeon (Acipenser gueldenstaedtii, Brandt and Ratzeberg, 1833) and American Paddlefish (Polyodon spathula, Walbaum 1792) and Evaluation of Their Progeny The article written by Jenő Káldy and colleagues, published in Genes earlier this year, brought the attention of many media outlets and social media with titles like “Scientists accidentally create new fish […]

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