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.
When it comes to article type, researchers prefer the VOR
Mithu Lucraft unpacks why researchers prefer the version of record.
Going beyond the search bar: database publishing and how database usage can be measured
At Springer Nature we believe our mission is to support researchers in advancing discovery, and we strive to do this by publishing around 300,000 journal articles and over 13,000 academic books every year and embarking on initiatives, projects and innovations to ensure the discoverability and ease of access of this research. We are always looking for new ways to serve our community and ensure that we are both supporting, enhancing and delivering what our communities need.
Coronavirus pandemic: Nature’s pledge
London | 27th March 2020
Nature's pledge in the fight against COVID-19
Announcing a new diversity commitment for Springer Nature’s research publishing
Taking an active role in accelerating progress on equality, diversity & inclusion.
Future-proofing research data – it’s a question of TRUST
Varsha Khodiyar discusses the TRUST principles for digital repositories & repositories key role in open research.
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.
Keeping in touch during a pandemic
How Nature Research editors are staying in touch with their academic communities.