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Interested in learning more about the facts behind the stories you read from the media? Each month we’re pulling some of the major headlines from the news, and pairing them with research articles related to the topic. With the power of SharedIt, you’ll be able to read full journal articles and share them with others! [...]

Would you consider yourself an expert in your field? If not, these tips might come in handy to assert and establish yourself as a thought leader. As a researcher it is possible to feel drowned in data and to downplay your expertise in your field. As is the case in any field, communicating and engaging [...]

By: Steven Inchcoombe, Chief Publishing Officer at Springer Nature At the start of 2017 Open Access Week, today we’re delighted to announce [link to release] that we have reached a significant milestone in advancing discovery through open research. In four European countries, over 70% of Springer Nature’s journal articles are being immediately published (gold) open [...]

The Source has launched a new series which details how authors can better promote their work (and themselves!). As part of this series, we will be featuring tips and tricks to author self-promotion and advancing discovery of their work. Today we look at one of the most prominent professional networking sites, LinkedIn.  Are you under the impression [...]

Written by: Tina Harseim, Head of Social Media, Springer Nature Gregory Goodey, Research Analyst, Springer Nature Social media is not only a way for authors and publishers to disseminate research findings, it’s also increasingly being used by researchers to discover and read scientific content. To better understand how social media and scholarly collaboration networks (SCNs) [...]

What does it take to get your journal article from submission to publication? How does your book go from a manuscript to a title available at your university library? When your journal partners with Springer Nature for distribution, what steps are taking place to ensure all goes smoothly? We’re answering these questions and more in [...]

This month’s service spotlight is on our latest offering for researchers, Recommended. Keeping up with the latest research in your field just got easier than ever before. A closer look at Recommended There are over 4,000 new primary research papers published every day. In a survey of nature.com users from 2015, we learned that regardless [...]

With content spanning several publishers including Springer, Nature, Palgrave Macmillan, BioMed Central and more, we’re positioned to offer you some of the best content in the research community. Our content includes the type of material that will not only help you with your specific research needs as an academic, but with information that is useful for [...]

Pre-publication peer review is an integral part of the modern scientific process. If your experience is limited or you need a refresher, take note of these 10 steps to successfully reviewing a manuscript.

After you have conducted your research, beginning the process of turning your study into a manuscript for publication can seem overwhelming. To help you get started, we’ve compiled 11 questions you should ask yourself as you write your paper. How will I structure my manuscript? Do most of the journals in your field follow the IMRaD [...]