How Springer Nature responds to public health emergencies
Learn more about Springer Nature's commitment to supporting the global response to emerging outbreaks.
Research in the time of a pandemic: Korea’s COVID-19 success story
In this week's blog, read about one of the most successful COVID-19 responses globally, that of South Korea
Research in the time of a pandemic: An interview with WHO
The World Health Organization is this week's guest in our series 'Research in the time of a pandemic'.
Research in the time of a pandemic: The researcher's role in shaping policy and communicating with the public
In response to coronavirus, we are launching a new series 'Research in the time of a pandemic'. Read our first interview with Dr. Emmanouil Dermitzakis, key figure in a new epidemiological research project on SARS-COV-2 virus.
Transfers during trying times
Research goes on. And the Transfer Desk at Springer Nature is still working hard to help every sound submission that comes into us find a suitable journal to publish it.
Novel Coronavirus - (2019-nCoV)
In response to the Coronavirus outbreak, Springer Nature has created a resource hub, that is being continually updated, to collate resources relevant to coronavirus research.
An International Source of COVID-19 content from across Scientific American’s International Network
2 June 2020 | New York
Scientific American’s international network of magazines has launched a public webpage that combines COVID-19 stories from five of its publications.
Coronavirus pandemic: Nature’s pledge
London | 27th March 2020
Nature's pledge in the fight against COVID-19
A message from Frank Vrancken Peeters
London | 19th March 2020
Springer Nature's CEO in response to the COVID-19 crisis
How is Springer Nature helping you carry on with your research in these uncertain times?
We are facing unprecedented circumstances in our personal and professional lives. Find out how Springer Nature is working to support the needs of the research community at this time.