How can AI support the research community in times of crisis?
Explore the rapid prototype report using coronavirus research published in 2020 by Springer Nature.
Research in the time of a pandemic: How a 2018 BBC documentary helped advance COVID-19 research
The story of an Oxford researcher and how he used data from a BBC documentary to demonstrate COVID-19 spread patterns.
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.
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 Korea
How Springer Nature responds to public health emergencies
Learn more about Springer Nature's commitment to supporting the global response to emerging outbreaks.
2016 North American Corporate Summit
The North American Marketing and Sales teams hosted a Corporate Summit in Cambridge, MA. The event was attended by librarians interested in Trending Topics from Springer Nature spanning journals, eBooks, and ROI support.
Research in the time of a pandemic: Healthcare preparedness and response
How healthcare agencies prepare for a pandemic? What are the plans and guidance in place and how prepared was the US healthcare system? Find out in this week's blog.
Research in the time of a pandemic: Leading the Oxford Vaccine Trial
Dr Sarah Gilbert, the lead for the Oxford Vaccine Trial for COVID-19 talks about the vaccine.
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'.