Comments and views from Springer Nature and our partners on trust and integrity in research and its practice.
How can we communicate science better — both between researchers in different disciplines and to the media and public? An advisory panel of leaders in Japanese research debated these questions online at the inaugural Springer Nature Japan Research Advisory Forum.
Exploring the results of a Nature survey gauging researchers' understanding of research integrity and the degree of training provided by their institutions.
Chris Graf on how the research publishing community is coming together to share knowledge and resources to protect the integrity of the publication record.
Jennifer Griffiths discusses findings from the White House Scientific Integrity Task Force report.
Nature's Magdalena Skipper reflects on the role Nature has played in supporting researchers and advancing knowledge around COVID-19 across the last two years.
Joyce Lorigan discusses how Springer Nature is supporting digestible science communication.
Nature's features editor, Richard Van Noorden discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on scientists
Nature's Editor-in-Chief and Chief Magazine editor on online harassment against journalism and journalists.
Nature's Editor in Chief explains why some things get published and some don’t.
Mithu Lucraft unpacks why researchers prefer the version of record.
Peer Review Week 2020 - how is trust related to transparency?
Varsha Khodiyar discusses the TRUST principles for digital repositories & repositories key role in open research.
Alison Mitchell discusses metrics and research following Springer Nature's signing of DORA.
Suzanne Farley discusses how to increase prevention and detection of research and publication misconduct.
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