Businesses must play a role in sustainable development
Today Springer Nature launches its Responsible Business report for 2018.
A message from Frank Vrancken Peeters, our CEO
We are shocked by events in the US. We stand united against racism and discrimination of any kind.
Can research change the world?
Springer Nature believes that great multidisciplinary research needs to be informing global discussions.
Supporting and enabling scientific potential in Africa
Nature's Editor in Chief reflects on recent workshops in Africa on scientific communication.
Of Mythical Beasts and Zero-Embargo Mandates
Dean Sanderson discusses Springer Nature's position on the rumored Executive Order.
Bridging the gap between science and policy
Springer Nature & UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network - Free conference 'Science for a sustainable future'.
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.
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.
Announcing a new diversity commitment for Springer Nature’s research publishing
Taking an active role in accelerating progress on equality, diversity & inclusion.