Research data at Springer Nature – the latest news
August 2018 | The first institution and the first funding agency have begun to offer Research Data Support to their researchers. Researchers at University of Nevada, Las Vegas can now access Research Data Support, a service from Springer Nature that makes datasets easier to find, share and cite. Researchers funded by the Wellcome Trust can also use the service as part of a pilot project.
An interview with renowned computer science author Steven Skiena
April 2020 | Steven Skiena is a Distinguished Teaching Professor of Computer Science and Founding Director of the Institute for AI-Driven Discovery and Innovation at Stony Brook University, The State University of New York. We spoke to Steven about his research, his published books and how the Augmented Age will affect our lives in the future. Read the interview here.
Librarian Portal Update: Transition from siteIDs to BPIDs
In early September all customers will transition to only using their BPID as the main customer identifier. Currently, COUNTER 4 nature.com and Scientific American usage is reporting on siteIDs, but as of September the reporting will be based on the customer’s BPID.
SN Insights: Taking Research Analytics to the Next Level
July 2018 | SN Insights breaks down research data silos by providing clear and intuitive analytics drawn from millions of Linked Open Data connections in SN SciGraph. While SN Scigraph is a vast data repository, SN Insights is an application that complements it by interpreting its rich ecosystem of datasets, curated by Springer Nature and Digital Science. Find out more.
Now Available: Data Security Tailored Content Collection
December 2017 | Today's headlines reflect the world's ever-growing concerns about cyber security, both on the enterprise and the consumer level. A data breach can cost a company not only dollars, but the trust of its current and future customers.
Introducing research data services for institutions
March 2018 | In response to the challenges faced by researchers, funders and institutions, we're now offering research data services to help the research community manage and share data. The three new services are: Research Data Support, Training and Reporting.
How to promote your library’s content online
A library provides valuable resources for researchers, students and university staff. In this article you can find effective marketing techniques to raise awareness and usage of your holdings content.