2017's breakthrough technologies and innovations are changing the world we live in.
Researchers and innovators are making significant progress in restoring body movement with neural implants, hot solar cells are on the brink of transforming energy costs and consumption worldwide, and the Cell Atlas project will identify and catalog every single human cell type to better treat cancers, neurological disorders and other conditions in the future.
These modern-day innovations are remarkable, but surprisingly are not possible without the support of older, historical published research for knowledge foundations and verifications.
Kristy Gjertsen is a Senior Content Marketing Manager on the Institutional Sales & Marketing team based in New York. She brings to the Academic and Government markets insights and activities specific to the Librarian community, whilst raising awareness of Springer Nature’s products and services.