Research Digests with Scientific American

Take your research to a public audience

Elevate your research with Research Digests, a new paid service at Scientific American

Your research is transformed—explained and contextualized in an accessible way—and promoted on the Scientific American website (seven million users each month) and Twitter channel (four million followers). Enjoy an effortless and rewarding collaboration with best-in-class scientific communicators who will position your research for a broader audience and help it have greater reach.

But why stop there? If you are interested in making the most of your research, and ensuring your work has the impact it deserves, you should check out the range of free resources and guidance Springer Nature provides for maximizing the visibility of your research output.

  • Elevate your research and get your work seen by a public readership
  • Share the piece with colleagues, with students, your own social media channels, and enjoy a tweet about the piece from the official Scientific American account
  • Prove the social impact of your research and track the influence your work has on the public sphere by following the increase in reads, shares, and social media interactions
  • Benefit from trained science communicators with our experienced writers who will explain your research in a way that is accurate and illuminating

Order a Research Digest today

Start your journey today and order a Research Digest with Scientific American for $2,999.

Complete this form to start your order. We will confirm your research meets our basic requirements for publication with Scientific American before proceeding with the service. Payment will be taken via invoice after publication.

Please note we can only accept orders for research manuscripts that are already either accepted for publication or published.

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