New and improved: How to write a research article—free tutorial
Like designing a study or an experiment, writing a research article has a protocol—a formula—that, once you know it, you can easily follow. This formula helps both Editors and readers know where to find the information in your article quickly and efficiently, and following it will help you publish your work more quickly.
Transfers during trying times
Research goes on. And the Transfer Desk at Springer Nature is still working hard to help every sound submission that comes into us find a suitable journal to publish it.
Case Study: A Journey in Preprinting
Join one research team on their first voyage through the world of preprinting, a trip that logged 20 citations, 5,500 pdf downloads, 168,083 HTML page views, and an Altmetric score of over 3,700—before their manuscript was even published in Nature Immunology.
Celebrating one year of In Review
Celebrating the 1-year anniversary of In Review—the first-of-its-kind preprint service that also lets you track the progress of your manuscript through the peer review and editorial processes.
An interview with Stella Georgiadou of the Transfer Desk
I recently had the chance to sit down with Stella Georgiadou, a Senior Submissions Editor at the Springer Nature Transfer Desk. In her role at the Transfer Desk, she provides expertise in the humanities and social sciences for the Transfer team.
Writing in English—new free tutorial
We’re proud to present our updated free tutorial on Writing in English.
4 (or more) tips for submitting your paper—free tutorial
A new free tutorial describing how to best pick journals and—how to prepare and format your paper to increase the chances of acceptance.
A piece of the big societal picture—affordable and clean energy
Affordable and clean energy is UN Sustainable Development Goal 7. Springer Nature—across all its imprints—publishes some of the most impactful research in this area. Here are some examples of highly-used recent articles.
Guiding Nature to OA
We spoke to James Butcher, VP Journals, about the transition to OA for Nature journals, their unique value, and the innovative new pilot for three of our journals, Guided OA.