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Research in perspective. Reviews, News & Opinion content, often referred to as non-primary content, plays a crucial role in enhancing science education, communication, and collaboration. By offering a diverse range of formats, this content bridges the gap between researchers, students, policymakers, and the broader public. This proprietary content — not available elsewhere — features:

  • Feature articles giving depth and detail to a topical issue. 
  • Community-focused articles exploring community issues such as career development, representation, sustainability, and more.
  • Perspectives, opinion, and commentary bringing original perspectives to an issue and proposing a solution.
  • Review articles summarising the current state of understanding on a topic within a certain discipline.
  • Article summaries short, focused articles about one scholarly article, informed by a critical reading of that article.

Filtering, enhancing & amplifying research

Nature Reviews act as a filter to help busy students, researchers and clinicians keep up to date with the latest scientific literature. This carefully curated content educates and inspires future scientists, supports global collaboration, and addresses the world’s greatest challenges. It is widely read, acting as a catalyst for debate and change bringing about real-world benefits. Nature Reviews content includes:

  • Technical Reviews provides an outline of the scientific and technical challenges and opportunities in a certain field.
  • Consensus Statements give a comprehensive analysis and recommendations from a group of experts on a scientific or medical issue.
  • Primer articles provide an introduction to a disease or disorder — describing the global epidemiology, molecular mechanisms, diagnosis, and management.

Guiding researchers to important primary research beyond their immediate expertise

Why choose Reviews journals?

  • Widely used by students and faculty for their educational value.
  • Improves accessibility of original research by summarizing latest developments in various fields.
  • Editors select leading experts to write on important and timely topics.
  • Reviewed by expert peer reviewers.

“Review articles provide an overall picture of the topics that I bring up in lectures, as well as become material for discussion in our student groups.”

- Asst. Professor, Asia

“As research becomes more collaborative, our journals distill the diversity of perspectives to guide readers through the literature, providing researchers with the tools they need to push the boundary of discovery." 

- Mina Razzak, Editorial Director, Nature Reviews