What works best in science communication
How can we communicate science better — both between researchers in different disciplines and to the media and public? An advisory panel of leaders in Japanese research debated these questions online at the inaugural Springer Nature Japan Research Advisory Forum.
Championing sustainable development in Latin America and the Caribbean
A look back at Springer Nature's recent Sustainable Development in Latin America and Caribbean Summit.
One year on: our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in research publishing
Sowmya Swaminathan reflects on the progress of the Research Publishing DEI strategy since it's announcement
Jubilee celebrations: Discussing Black Representation in STEM
Deborah Daley recounts Springer Nature's Black Employee Network recent Jubilee event on diversity in STEM.
Championing gender equity and quality education in times of crises
Dr Marios Karouzos and Milana Vernikova discuss the importance of education for women and girls of Afghanistan.
Unlocking Potential: continuing our progress towards becoming a sustainable business
Springer Nature publishes its latest Sustainable Business report, Unlocking Potential.
Research must support gender equity for a fair and sustainable future
Nature's first diversity conference showcases real life examples from around the world
Lack of gender equality in science is holding back solutions
Executive Director of UN Women, Sima Bahous, talks about the importance of gender equality in science this International Women's Day.
Nature Masterclasses in partnership with HBCUs: How Springer Nature's Employee Networks drove change
Mimi Hendricks and Bernadette Bynoe Mack reflect on Nature Masterclasses in partnership with HBCUs.