Nature Cancer: Covering the breadth of cancer research
Prior to launching Nature Cancer in January 2020, cancer researchers were firmly in the mind of Chief Editor, Alexia-Ileana Zaromytidou: “We aimed for Nature Cancer to be a true community journal that serves interdisciplinary researcher cohorts.” In the five months since the inaugural issue, the journal has covered the breadth of cancer research.
Scientific data to assist your COVID-19 research efforts
May 2020 | Springer Nature is now collaborating with our partners to provide free access to the relevant content on COVID-19 for both human and machine consumption.
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An interview with renowned biomedical sciences author Professor Shailendra K. Saxena, editor of the first book to be published on COVID-19
We spoke to Professor Shailendra K. Saxena about researching, teaching and publishing during the pandemic and how working with Springer Nature has helped disseminate his vital research to a wide audience for maximum impact.
Virtual Issue: AI in Medicine
April 2020 | Over the years the role of AI in medicine has become increasingly important, as it allows researchers to solve complex problems.
Virtual Issue: Disease Primers
What is a Primer? Primers are broad articles providing a comprehensive and authoritative overview of a method or technique.