Susan Mizruchi on Marlon Brando and libraries in the Digital Age
We talked to Susan about her latest projects, her long-standing appreciation for libraries and her book "Libraries and Archives in the Digital Age".
Springer Nature published its first machine-generated book
Springer Nature published its first machine-generated book in chemistry which provides an overview of the latest research in the growing field of lithium-ion batteries. We talked to Springer Nature’s project owner and Director Product & Metadata Management, about the reasons to create a machine-generated book and the implications on future content creation in scholarly publishing.
How eBooks are changing libraries
As digital content increasingly drives academic research, and the belief that information sourced online will overtake printed formats in coming years grows, libraries are going through their own physical and strategic transformation.
Defining a Collection Development Strategy and Evaluating Business Models for eBooks
With a trend in switching to remote access and digital learning resources, librarians are looking into new options to cater the demands for faculty and students researching and studying from home.
Editing a Springer Nature Reference: Handbook of Hardware/Software Codesign
Part of a series of blogs looking at the knowledge, work and dedication that goes into the creation of Springer References. Today we talk to Professors Soonhoi Ha and Jurgen Teich about their work on the Handbook of Hardware/Software Codesign.
Proud to Publish: Tsukemono
Daniel Falatko, Editor for Food Science and author himself, talks to us about the book he is most proud to have published in 2020
Education eBook program: Emerging trends and commitment to SDGs
We spoke with Nick Melchior about the Education eBooks program and latest developments.
Proud to Publish: Metrology for Inclusive Growth of India
In this blog post of our Proud to Publish series we talk to Priya Vyas, Editor for Applied Sciences about the book she was most proud to publish in 2020.
Proud to Publish: Algebra textbooks
In our Proud to Publish series we talk to our book editors about the books they were most proud to publish, commission or work on, in the past year.
Proud to Publish: Quantum Riemannian Geometry
In this article Dr Rémi Lodh, our Senior Editor for Mathematics Books and mathematician himself, tells us about a book he’s particularly proud of.