Certains me disent que le groupe Frontiers ne fait pas partie des prédateurs.. Je les entends, mais quand je reçois les emails ci-dessous, je m'interroge.. Je précise que je n'ai jamais reviewé pour Frontiers ni publié dans ce groupe. J Beall a classé les revues de ce groupe comme prédatrices, et il a eu des ennuis !
En principe, les bonnes revues n'envoient pas ces types d'emails :
I am wondering if you received our earlier email (found below my signature)?
I would love to discuss new developments in your field, and whether there would be an opportunity to create an editorial project around this (called Research Topics).
Please let me know if you would like to discuss this further. I would be happy to send you some more information, or we could schedule a phone call at a time that is convenient for you.
Research Topic Manager
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Dear Dr. Maisonneuve,
Thank you for reviewing for Frontiers Pharmacology, your contribution is much appreciated! I am reaching out to some of our reviewers to see whether there are any new developments in your field that might justify a dedicated article collection?
Frontiers empowers researchers to publish their work open-access and to shape discussion in their field through our Research Topics – collections of peer reviewed articles devoted entirely to new areas of research.