From the Journal Impact Factor to the latest altmetrics, scholarly players are crying out for metrics to be used responsibly, reports Rebecca Pool
Taylor & Francis Group and Cambridge University Press have joined a pilot project to test blockchain technologies applications to peer review
Three publishers and ResearchGate have agreed to work together on the sharing of articles on the scholarly collaboration platform
The overwhelming majority of professional staff in research institutions and libraries across the globe view open access as the future of academic and scientific publishing
Until recently, the evaluation of research output and impact has focused largely on journal articles
SciGraph, the linked open data (LOD) platform launched by Springer Nature in March, now holds more one billion metadata statements about content published by the company and links to established external datasets.
Springer Nature has launched a one-year pilot with PaperHive, a market-leading annotation system and copyright-compliant collaborative research platform
There are clear benefits to publishing academic books using immediate, or ‘gold’, open access (OA) models, according to a report from Springer Nature.
Springer Nature has deposited 600,000 chemical compounds on PubChem, collectively offering more than 26 million links back into the primary literature, eBooks or major reference works located on SpringerLink, BMC or nature.com
Springer Nature is calling on the research community to join it on a 'journey to open access, open research and beyond'
John Sack, founding director of HighWire Press, describes some key moments during his time in the industry