Transformative Agreements playing vital role in OA transition
London | Berlin | New York, 5 June 2023
Data from Springer Nature shows TAs powering 3x OA growth across all disciplines.
Open access and the climate crisis: capturing carbon dioxide directly from the air
Mihri Ozkan, professor of electrical engineering at the University of California, discusses her research on eco-friendly battery materials, green wearable technologies, and direct air capture of CO2.
Bringing nature into the city for the benefit of all
A symposium held in Tokyo explored the complex issues of cities and nature and how people and nature can flourish together.
4 major ways researchers shaped Covid-19 policy
Following a recent webinar, we explore how Nature Portfolio journals turn research insights into evidence that drives policy change, and how this process was pivotal during the Covid-19 pandemic
Writing your manuscript in English: Tips and an in-depth tutorial
Tips and advice tips to help improve your written English in your manuscripts
Sustainable Publishing: Community Support and Mental Health
Learn how Springer Nature is supporting mental health initiatives and its work with the charity MQ Mental Health Research.
A Brighter Future for Nurses, A Stronger Health System
Utilizing eLearning to offer nurses continued education and networking opportunities in support of their future, for a stronger health system.
Paving the Way to A Sustainable Company: DEI Commitment
This blog covers Springer Nature’s commitment to DEI in research and within the company itself. Highlighting a few contributions towards achieving the UN SDGs over the past year.
Why China is critical to the growth of open access
Nick Campbell and Chongfang Wang discusses the impact China can and is having on the growth of OA publishing and the global transition.
How to publish open access with fees covered
Could you publish open access with fees covered under a Springer Nature open access agreement?