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Celebrating the Chinese contribution to the world’s sustainable development research

With the fastest-growing scientific and scholarly research, China’s importance for sustainable development is increasingly clear.

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Research Publishing
28 Aug 2019
Transformative deals substantially aid the transition to OA. Let’s give them the time they need to do so.

Last month, Springer Nature agreed a new transformative ‘read and publish’ deal with the Norwegian library consortium, Unit.  This, coupled with renewals of existing deals in the UK (Jisc), Sweden (Bibsam) and Qatar, takes the number of such deals we have into double figures, the most of any publisher.  These deals enable researchers in these ten countries to publish open access in over 1900 Springer journals as well as read the research of others across this portfolio.

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Openaccess
02 Aug 2019
The future of open access books

Open access book publishing has been growing in recent years. The Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB) lists 2,099 open access books published in 2018, an increase of 38% from 2017. Funders are also starting to engage with open access for books: a small number of European funders now mandate open access for books and provide financial support for open access book publication. COAlition S has also indicated that they support transitioning monographs to open access, and will provide guidance by the end of 2021.

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Openaccess
18 Jun 2019
Maximising the benefits of early sharing

At Springer Nature making great research available as quickly as possible is a central part of our commitment to the research community. 

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23 May 2019

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A lot more goes into your work than appears in the published article or book—the inspirations, the insights, the reasons for the decisions made. All of this gives context to the final published work, and gives perspective on your findings. 

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The Source
17 Jul 2019
You've published your article, now what?

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The Source
11 Jul 2019
Re-building an Editorial Board to Better Represent a Journal’s Field: An Exceptional Editor Case Study

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The Source
26 Jun 2019
Celebrating a Journal Anniversary with Impact: An Exceptional Editor Case Study

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Learn how this Editor-in-Chief created a successful initiative for the 50th anniversary of his journal.

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The Source
06 Jun 2019

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