Springer Nature Group awards scholarship to Japanese university postgraduate students
August 6, 2021 | Tokyo
The Julius Springer Scholarships, presented at an award ceremony in July 2021, are intended to remove some of the financial barriers to study.
Bridging the gap between theory and application
Throughout human history, the fields of chemistry and materials science have been at the frontier of science and technology. Find out more about the Chemistry & Materials Science eBook collection.
Exploring the SDGs: Resources and content
As part of the Springer Nature Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Programme we are launching content hubs for each of the 17 SDGs. Find out more
Charlotte Owens believes we’re moving in the right direction but the work must continue in tangible ways to make things better
A speaker series by Springer Nature's Black Employee Network. to raise awareness about the Black contribution in STEM fields.
Researcher Spotlight: Empowering underrepresented scientists to utilize their expertise for social change
Dr. Kilan C. Ashad-Bishop discusses the importance of empowering underrepresented scientists to utilize their expertise for social change.
Why we stand by our journalism and journalists now more than ever
Nature's Editor-in-Chief and Chief Magazine editor on online harassment against journalism and journalists.
HighT-Tech’s innovative approach to catalyst development wins The Spinoff Prize 2021
London | New York | Darmstadt, 12 July 2021
HighT-Tech announced as winner of The Spinoff Prize 2021.
Dr. Laurencin to be presented with prestigious Spingarn Medal
London | Baltimore 06th July 2021
NAACP will award world-renowned Engineer-Physician-Scientist, at it's 112th Annual Convention.