Nature Portfolio journals

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Championing science. With over 60 publications, including Nature, spanning diverse scientific fields, the Nature Portfolio stands out for its rigorous peer review process, commitment to open access, and high ethical standards. These journals not only filter and enhance groundbreaking research but also amplify its impact, influencing policy and driving scientific innovation.

Nature Portfolio journals are transformative, supporting researchers' careers and contributing to global scientific progress, particularly in alignment with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.


Covering a board range of (multi) disciplines from across the life, physical, social and clinical medicine Nature Portfolio provides the research your users need to complete their studies and make their own discoveries.


Research integrity is fundamental to Nature Portfolio. We uphold strict ethical standards to ensure research is reproducible and reliable, supporting researchers in making confident contributions to science.


All Nature Portfolio journals have dedicated, professional, and independent in-house editorial teams. Advocates for their fields, they recognise significant research and work with the authors to ensure it receives the widest exposure.

Content that puts research in perspective

Inspiring change for future scientists and global collaboration

Reviews, News & Opinion content in the Nature Portfolio journals, encompassing news, views, analysis, opinions, and reviews, fuels debate and drives change within research communities and beyond. This content educates and inspires future scientists, supports global collaboration, and addresses the world’s greatest challenges. It is widely read and has real-world benefits.

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