Frontiers empowers scientists with innovative Open Science solutions that radically improve how science is reviewed, published, evaluated and disseminated to both academics and the general public.
Founded in 2007, Frontiers is today one of the largest Open Access scholarly publishers, with offices in 6 cities around the world,including Lausanne (HQ), Madrid, London, Seattle, Trivandrum and Beijing.
The Frontiers journal series covers 440 academic disciplines, with numerous journals having risen in record time to become the largest and most-impactful journals in their fields. These journals have been adopted by over 70’000 editors and 220’000 authors from the top research institutions and their Frontiers papers have achieved global impact with 250 million views and downloads from across the world. Focused on driving the global Open Science transition, Frontiers is engaged in Open Science advocacy to further our joint mission for open science and innovation. In 2016, Frontiers also embarked on a new initiative, Open Science for Sustainability,the greatest global challenge of our time. This initiative involves top researchers and key stakeholders to accelerate all the scientific and technological solutions we so urgently need to build a sustainable future.