Research on Science Journal

Editorial: 2021 editors’ pick: Computer science

We are pleased to highlight the following ten articles which appeared in Frontiers in Computer Science in 2021. We have chosen to feature contributions from the following sections of the journal: Computer Security, Computer Vision, Human-Media Interaction and Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing. Computer science has grown to be a multi-faceted field where some of the most exciting developments are at its intersection with other disciplines.

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Editorial: 2021 editors’ pick: Computer science

We are pleased to highlight the following ten articles which appeared in Frontiers in Computer Science in 2021. We have chosen to feature contributions from the following sections of the journal: Computer Security, Computer Vision, Human-Media Interaction and Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing. Computer science has grown to be a multi-faceted field where some of the most exciting developments are at its intersection with other disciplines.

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Editorial: Innovative Approaches to Learning in Environmental Science

Over the last two decades, the context in which educational programs in environmental science are offered to students, at all levels, has changed tremendously. The advent of internet has made readily available to educators and students a wealth of information that until then had been far more difficult to obtain. At the same time, pervasive environmental change has made it increasingly likely that graduates of environmental science programs will change jobs, or at least reorient their activities, several times during the 40 or so years that their careers will probably last.

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Editorial: The Role of Peptide Hormones in Insect Physiology, Biochemistry, and Molecular Biology Processes

The study on the effect of the ectoparasitoid Pachycrepoideus vindemmiae on the cellular and humoral immunity in Drosophila melanogaster by Yang et al. was investigated at the pupal stage. The authors describe the cellular and humoral response to P. vindemmiae by pupal D. melanogaster using, in vivo, and in vitro studies showing that the Toll and Imd immune pathways are activated upon parasitization followed by the JAK/STAT pathway.

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Editorial: Innovative Approaches to Learning in Environmental Science

Over the last two decades, the context in which educational programs in environmental science are offered to students, at all levels, has changed tremendously. The advent of internet has made readily available to educators and students a wealth of information that until then had been far more difficult to obtain. At the same time, pervasive environmental change has made it increasingly likely that graduates of environmental science programs will change jobs, or at least reorient their activities, several times during the 40 or so years that their careers will probably last.

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Editorial: The Role of Peptide Hormones in Insect Physiology, Biochemistry, and Molecular Biology Processes

The study on the effect of the ectoparasitoid Pachycrepoideus vindemmiae on the cellular and humoral immunity in Drosophila melanogaster by Yang et al. was investigated at the pupal stage. The authors describe the cellular and humoral response to P. vindemmiae by pupal D. melanogaster using, in vivo, and in vitro studies showing that the Toll and Imd immune pathways are activated upon parasitization followed by the JAK/STAT pathway.

read more