The value of short books in academic publishing
One of the challenges academic book publishers are facing is the fast paced emerge of new research within many fields such as for example technology and computer science. Synthesis lectures offer a solution format for authors to communicate to their peers with high efficiency and effectiveness
Energy Informatics: Tackling energy poverty in vulnerable communities
Energy informatics develops strategies to tackle energy poverty in vulnerable communities, so that no one is left behind without access to electricity.
Nature announces support for authors from over 70 countries to publish open access
London | Berlin | New York, 9 January 2023
Authors from low-income and lower-middle income countries to be able to publish for free in Nature and the Nature research journals.
The critical role of content investment in the R&D process
Libraries and information centres play a critical role in R&D. In this blog, we look at why they are still vital to the success of R&D, what good content investment looks like, and how to prove ROI
Urban Informatics for Smart Cities
Urban informatics enables better use of the latest urban science theories in the development of cutting-edge urban sensing and computing technologies, which in turn, helps better solve specific urban problems.
What works best in science communication
How can we communicate science better — both between researchers in different disciplines and to the media and public? An advisory panel of leaders in Japanese research debated these questions online at the inaugural Springer Nature Japan Research Advisory Forum.
Extension of partnership with Code Ocean will help Springer Nature authors to better share their code and data
London | New York | Heidelberg, 16 November 2022
By integrating sharing and tracking of code and data, this multi-year agreement will also make code peer review easier for editors and reviewers, and improve the author experience.
A conversation with the Editors of our latest new launches in computational science
Learn how these newly launched journals will address the needs of the computational science community
Bridging the GAP with R&D departments: Three key challenges libraries face
Librarians can play a significant role in cutting-edge advanced technology projects, but how do they bridge the gap with R&D departments? A recent white paper describes the three key challenges librarians face when working with R&D groups.
Co-creation, Convincing Evidence and Avoiding ‘Pilotitis’: Insights on the Applications of AI in Heart Failure
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine is an ever-growing field, spanning from diagnostics to treatment regimens. But how is this impacting the field of heart failure?