Proud to Publish: Random Forests with R
For this blog post we interviewed our Senior Editor, Statistics Books Group Leader, Dr. Eva Hiripi, about the book she is most proud to have published.
Podcast Series: The Future of Education
When students make a decision about their future field of study, their assessment of likely career opportunities that will open up as a result of the education received plays an important part in the decision making process.
Scientific data to assist your COVID-19 research efforts
May 2020 | Springer Nature is now collaborating with our partners to provide free access to the relevant content on COVID-19 for both human and machine consumption.
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An interview with renowned biomedical sciences author Professor Shailendra K. Saxena, editor of the first book to be published on COVID-19
We spoke to Professor Shailendra K. Saxena about researching, teaching and publishing during the pandemic and how working with Springer Nature has helped disseminate his vital research to a wide audience for maximum impact.
Rethinking eBook solutions – exploring the impact of flexible licensing models
At the beginning of October 2020, we announced our new Flexible eBook Solutions, which offers a broader range of choice to libraries and institutions.
Proud to Publish: Quantum Riemannian Geometry
In this article Dr Rémi Lodh, our Senior Editor for Mathematics Books and mathematician himself, tells us about a book he’s particularly proud of.
Proud to publish: Real and Functional Analysis
Read our interview with Martin Peters, Executive Editor, Science, who talks to us about the book he is most proud to have published in 2020
Perspectives of eBook usage at Trinity College during Covid-19
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has contributed to growing concerns around textbook affordability. Read more here
Our new collaboration with the Materials Research Society
Find out more about our collaboration with the Materials Research Society in this interview with our Executive Editor Anita Lekhwani.
More than the sum of the parts
In this blog post, the chief editors of the two journals explain how the two titles complement each other. What sets the journals apart?