Who's afraid of statistics?
In recent years, there has been a real change in attitude towards statistics. We spoke to Statistics Book Editor, Laura Briskman about the growing importance of data scientists in all fields of research and industry.
Proud to Publish: Tsukemono
Daniel Falatko, Editor for Food Science and author himself, talks to us about the book he is most proud to have published in 2020
Proud to Publish: Theoretical Chemistry for Experimental Chemists
Read our interview below with Dr. Shin'ichi Koizumi, Senior Editor for Materials & Chemistry, about the book he is most proud to have published in 2020
Emerging trends across the Biomedical and Life Sciences
April 2020 | Our lives – and livelihoods – depend on the plants, animals, and microbes of this planet. The current extent and pace of environmental change however, threatens our very way of being. At this point, our only hope is decisive action – a movement that must be informed by research in disciplines dealing directly with life. Biomedicine and Life Sciences provides just that.
Who will be next to walk on the moon?
It has been 50 years since, on 20th July 1969, Neil A. Armstrong and Edwin E. Aldrin were the first humans to set foot on the moon. Together with command pilot Michael Collins, the team of astronauts was launched into space on the Apollo 11 spaceship. Now, fifty years later, the US has announced plans to send people into space again.
Brexit, Bitcoin and the influence of seminal works in Springer Nature’s Economics & Finance eBook Collection: An interview with Rachel Sangster
2018 marked Macmillan’s 175th anniversary and here, Head of Economics & Finance at Palgrave Macmillan (an imprint of Springer Nature), Rachel Sangster, talks about how this Collection balances emerging trends and experimental theories with longstanding expertise from renowned authors and leading global institutional partners.
Why are proceedings so important in computer science?
Proceedings are not a book of abstracts. Papers in conference proceedings contain original/primary research results, published as full or short papers. In Springer Nature’s computer science editorial group, we select conferences for publication using the editorial boards of or via trusted partner societies. Find out more about the role of conference proceedings for researchers and why they play a critical role in computer science.
Springer Nature published its first machine-generated book
Springer Nature published its first machine-generated book in chemistry which provides an overview of the latest research in the growing field of lithium-ion batteries. We talked to Springer Nature’s project owner and Director Product & Metadata Management, about the reasons to create a machine-generated book and the implications on future content creation in scholarly publishing.
How eBook collections at Virginia Tech have evolved with the university to support its students and academics
As part of our series of interviews with librarians about the role Springer Nature’s eBook Collection plays at their universities, we asked Edward about Virginia Tech’s transition from print to online content, how his department successfully promoted the eBook collection and how students, researchers and academics have responded to it.
Acquisition, integration and usage of Springer Nature's eBook collection at University of British Columbia
As part of our series of interviews with librarians about the role Springer Nature’s eBook Collection plays at their universities, we asked Arielle Lomness of Okanagan Library, University of British Columbia's eBook collection and usage.