We took a look at the data around publications at Springer Nature with SN Insights, a new scholarly analytics tool built on top of Digital Science's Dimensions. Dimensions, a networked research knowledge system built by six Digital Science portfolio companies includes more than 91 million publications, almost 4 million awarded research grants, over 35 million patents, and nearly 400,000 clinical trials. Here we break down the massive figure into the work we publish at Springer Nature.
With 12 million publications, 2 million being open access content, as of November 2019, we’re proud of the research we’re shepherding into the world. The research we publish has had over 127 million citations, and continues to grow across our brands. The top 5 publications by publication output - Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Nature, Scientific American, Reactions Weekly, and Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry - reflect the vast diversity of Springer Nature’s publication offerings.
Wherever you conduct your studies, there is a place for your research. The categories for published research range from medical and health sciences, where there are over 2 million publications, to literary studies with over 33,000 publications. Springer Nature authors publish with us from around the globe, but we took a closer look at four key regions to share more about the research output from the United States, Japan, Germany, and the U.K.
Read the most shared article from a Nature journal with over 63,800 shares for free with our SharedIt initiative: Immune recognition of somatic mutations leading to complete durable regression in metastatic breast cancer.
Explore the infographic for more insights on what researchers in the U.S. are publishing with us.
Read the most shared article via SharedIt from a Springer journal for free with over 5,420 shares: Current state of the art for renal replacement therapy in critically ill patients with acute kidney injury.
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Read the most shared article from a Palgrave journal with over 440 shares for free with our SharedIt initiative Treasure/Fetish/Gift:hunting for ‘Armenian gold’ in post-genocide Turkish Kurdistan.
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Read the most shared article from a BMC journal with over 7,600 shares for free with our SharedIt initiative: The comparative effectiveness and efficiency of cognitive behaviour therapy and generic counselling in the treatment of depression: evidence from the 2nd UK National Audit of psychological therapies
Explore the infographic for more insights on what researchers in the U.K. are publishing with us.