Why being 'open' matters
Why does open access matter? What is it enabling us as a community to do? How does it support the wider goal of open research? Steven Inchcoombe reflects.
Making Open Data a central part of Open Research: Steps publishers can and should take today
Attitudes to data sharing are changing, but clear gaps in how researchers are being supported remain. What steps can publishers take today? Grace Baynes explores.
Springer Nature is standing firm behind the experts
A crisis in expertise has seeped into political and societal discourse over the recent years. Michael Gove during the Brexit campaign of 2016, then
What is needed to drive the OA transition in 2020?
Susie Winter considers what needs to happen in 2020 to make the OA transition a reality.
Welcome to Springboard
For over 175 years Springer Nature has been advancing discovery by providing the best possible service to the whole research community. We help
Future of the book all down to definition
The speed of recent change in the publishing industry in the past 10 years poses the question, what will book publishing look like in the future?
Of Mythical Beasts and Zero-Embargo Mandates
Dean Sanderson discusses Springer Nature's position on the rumored Executive Order.
Coronavirus pandemic: Nature’s pledge
London | 27th March 2020
Nature's pledge in the fight against COVID-19