Discover this easy to follow guide on the book publishing process at Springer.
Rising temperatures, pollution, the refugee crisis, poverty—in looking at the issues of today’s world, I have often felt an urgent need to help in some way.
I’m a chemist working in marketing and I’m interested in vintage cars. Completely unrelated topics? Maybe not!
Today’s post is courtesy of the Springer Author Academy, our free e-learning platform, and contains special tips for early career researchers (ECRs) on how to effectively read scientific articles.
Our Open Choice program allows authors to publish open access in the majority of Springer’s subscription-based journals. Not familiar? Brush up on these key facts:
Ever been curious to know what it takes to launch a new journal?
We interviewed Dr. Cato T. Laurencin, Editor-in-Chief of both Regenerative Engineering and Translational Medicine and Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, to learn more about what motivated him in launching his two Springer journals and what the process involved.
Springer authors now receive 40% book discount
Late last year, Springer organized an internal virtual team spanning different continents dedicated to building reviewer resources, recognition and rewards (what we took to calling the “three R’s of reviewer needs”) in November of 2014.
Springer is happy to announce a partnership with Overleaf to integrate 20 Springer journals with the Overleaf online LaTeX and rich text collaborative writing and publishing platform.
Are you happy that your manuscript has made it through peer-review, and that it will be published soon? Oh, but you think there’s one more tedious step to take: the proofing and making your corrections? – Maybe it’s not going to be that bad, and e.Proofing could be the answer!