Springer Nature Journal and eBook Archives

Preserve. Rediscover. Connect.

At Springer Nature we understand the continuing value of high quality research, whether it was conducted last year or 100 years ago. Researchers today are increasingly rediscovering the value of past research. It’s clear that it is as relevant today as it ever was, and will continue to shape the future. Tapping into the experience of previous generations of researchers can improve and accelerate research today.  

This is why Springer Nature has brought together 175 years of the most important research and discovery in the Springer Nature Journals and eBooks archives. The archives include over 2,400 journals and 120,000 books across all our brands - Springer, Nature Research, Palgrave Macmillan, Adis and Scientific American.

Female research pioneers who changed the world

Women have made significant impacts on our world with their pioneering research discoveries, theories and innovations. These steadfast women made the decision to pursue their scientific and research passions even when presented with enormous gender discrimination, doubters, disbelievers, and naysayers. Their mark in history is significant and the impact of their pioneering research continues to teach and inspire students, researchers, explorers, innovators and individuals seeking to further improve the world today. Explore the research they continue to inspire across the our book and journal portfolio.

Highlighted research content from the '70s, '80s and '90s

Let's look back at some of the research and innovations coming out of the '70s, '80s and '90s across three important global grand challenges facing the world today: climate change, global health and a digitally transformed world. Visit our spotlight pages below where you can read highlighted articles and books or request a quote and more information.