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Religion is almost everywhere, but psychologists of religion haven't studied it much beyond the US and Europe. The International Death Survey was a step to address this, focussing on religion's relationship to death. Read Jonathan Jong's behind the paper:
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Researchers - join our free events in New York (09/16) and Boston (09/19) to explore how publishing an book can help make the most out of your research. More:
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Radio astronomers can detect ancient signals as well as light from our neighbours. Separating out these layers of time and space allows them to reconstruct the evolution of the Universe. Watch 13 billion years of history being captured in a single moment.
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In this article Jessica Gedamu, Global Diversity and Inclusion Director at Springer Nature, discusses sexual orientation and gender identity in the workplace, why it shouldn’t have to be hidden, and how businesses can make a change for the better.
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Academic tenure is a central tenet of scholarly recruitment in North American universities, offering a job for life for those who can secure it. But it is becoming increasingly scarce in the United States and elsewhere.
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William P. Thurston, American mathematician, died in 2012. He received the Fields Medal at the International Congress of Mathematicians in Warsaw in 1983 for his work in the topology of two and three dimensions.
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Some 870 million years ago, two dead stars became one. Their merger shook the fabric of space with a gravitational wave that swept through Earth.
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This article by myself, & Helen Stokes explores how primary & secondary school teachers changed their practice as they underwent training in trauma-informed ...
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Springer Nature Aug 20
Documents, stored in libraries and archives around the world, are not only stores of textual information. But they are also stores of biological data.
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Springer Nature Aug 20
Our colleagues in London got to celebrate their summer party last week. In true British fashion, a bit of rain did not stop them from enjoying their evening.
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Springer Nature Aug 20
At Springer Nature ensuring the quality of what we publish is imperative. Watch the video to find out more about the process we follow when an issue has been detected on a manuscript.
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Springer Nature Aug 20
It pays to be a picky eater. A study published in suggests that plant-based diets can provide the same amount of nutrition as meat products and protect the environment. Read the by Gidon Eshel to learn more about the research:
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Help us get a spot on the program! We’re proposing a talk on the value modern librarians bring to tech companies. Click on the link below and vote for our panel session here!
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Roger Wolcott Sperry, American neurobiologist, was born in 1913. He shared the 1981 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine for his study of functional specialization in the cerebral hemispheres.
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Springer Nature Aug 20
We face decisions all day long. Intuition, some believe, is an ability that can be trained and can play a constructive role in decision-making.
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Nature Reviews Earth & Environment 🌍 Aug 19
We're gearing up for our January 2020 launch. Here's a video explaining our aims & scope. Visit our website to learn more:
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Magdalena Skipper Aug 19
Back in February wrote about data & code sharing & the future of research. They asked the physics community to share their opinions; these are now collected along with the plans to encourage more extensive sharing of data in the future
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Patricia Krawczak Aug 19
's 🆕journal dedicated to mechanical science, engineering and technology has published its first issue All articles freely available during 2019 and 2020 👉
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Springer Nature Aug 19
We want researchers to share content easily and legally. Our SharedIt initiative means that links to view-only, full-text subscription research articles can be posted anywhere, so researchers can share research with colleagues and general audiences.
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Springer Nature Aug 19
Early career researchers face many challenges. One of the ways we try to support them is with our Nature Careers page, which shares jobs, events and workplace-related content. We now also have dedicated Careers pages for India, California and Canada.
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