New advances in imaging methods allow scientists to watch living cells exist, mutate, and divide in real time. A new article featured in Cell Division… Read more »
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Springer Nature has launched a pilot program in which digital Open data badges are being awarded to articles to incentivize and reward open data… Read more »
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Discoverability of open access books: How do we ensure that your research has the widest possible reach?
This blog post will look at how Springer Nature aids the discoverability of its open access books.
Innovations, new strategies and surprising twists in Neurology: captured in new journal Neurological Research and Practice
To celebrate that the new journal Neurological Research and Practice, the official journal of the German Neurological Society, is… Read more »
Hey diddle diddle, the cat and the fiddle, the cow jumped over the moon. Or as this study found, the 1.3 million cattle movement… Read more »
Melissotarsus ants are involved in a fascinating mutualism with scale insects, which has led to these insects developing… Read more »
Last year, to celebrate our transition from BioMed Central to BMC, we held our first ever ‘Research in progress’ photo… Read more »
We are delighted to announce that Cardio-Oncology is now the official journal of the International Cardio-Oncology Society (ICOS).… Read more »
Although women prisoners are recognized as a vulnerable population, there is no routine data collection or reporting on the number… Read more »
The landscape of how we communicate science is changing rapidly. Microbiome prizewinner, Dr Jacqueline Meisel attended the week… Read more »