Why being 'open' matters
Why does open access matter? What is it enabling us as a community to do? How does it support the wider goal of open research? Steven Inchcoombe reflects.
Meeting the OA2020 challenge in 2020
Where are we on the path to an open future?
What is needed to drive the OA transition in 2020?
Susie Winter considers what needs to happen in 2020 to make the OA transition a reality.
Of Mythical Beasts and Zero-Embargo Mandates
Dean Sanderson discusses Springer Nature's position on the rumored Executive Order.
Opening doors to discovery of content and data with AI
Why are partnerships an essential part of using technology to make content and data discoverable.
A message from Frank Vrancken Peeters
Springer Nature's CEO in response to the COVID-19 crisis
Moving towards OA: Addressing opportunities and challenges for OA books
Ros Pyne Director for OA Books and book policies discusses where books are on the OA journey.
Guiding Nature to OA
We spoke to James Butcher, VP Journals, about the transition to OA for Nature journals, their unique value, and the innovative new pilot for three of our journals, Guided OA.