Twitter | Search | |
Springer Nature
Opening the doors to discovery for researchers, educators, clinicians and other professionals. Site notice
26,077
Tweets
1,888
Following
46,934
Followers
Tweets
Springer Nature 12h
The new digital magazine launched today by will bring scientific research and issues of science policy in Italy to the wider research community and general public. Learn more:
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature 14h
Thank you to our authors, panelists, colleagues & audiences for joining us for our 1st virtual Frankfurt Book Fair hub! You can watch all author videos and recordings of the live events on our homepage (link below) or on YouTube,
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature 14h
Replying to @MarkRyanEthics
This link should be correct:
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature 16h
We see the rise of open research in all its manifestations as one of the major forces reshaping the way researchers communicate and collaborate to advance the pace and quality of discovery. Explore some of the milestones we hit along the way.
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature 18h
Happy Open Access Week! This year we are talking to a number of researchers who chose to publish their work OA. Today Dr shares his experience and discusses why he sees publishing OA as a moral obligation
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature 20h
Walter Bradford Cannon, American physiologist, was born in 1871. He was 1st to use X rays in physiological studies and coined the term "fight or flight response", the physiological reaction that occurs in response to a perceived harmful event, attack, or threat to survival.
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature retweeted
Open access books at Springer Nature 20h
Good morning and happy ! On Wednesday and will be giving a live presentation of the new books toolkit for authors, so please dial in - details below.
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature retweeted
Falling Walls Oct 1
Over 600 finalists present their SCIENCE BREAKTHROUGHS OF THE YEAR. They are breaking the walls of medical , of disabled access to , & more. 📺 Watch all finalists
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature retweeted
Maxim Cherkashin 🇷🇺🇩🇪🇬🇧 Oct 18
One of favorite visuals from our study of pulsed shaping and done , fresh out in 's It's , check it out! ⬇️
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature Oct 18
Our new Open Access journal Microplastics and Nanoplastics is open for submissions!
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature Oct 18
MyCopy is designed to broaden the visibility and accessibility of your eBook in a special print format. Learn more about this unique service.
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature Oct 18
Christian Friedrich Schönbein, German chemist, was born in 1799. He discovered and named ozone (1840) and was the first to describe guncotton (nitrocellulose).
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature Oct 17
Listen to Ep 3 of the “Future of Education” podcast series. As wealth disparities grow & costs of higher education rises, inequities in access to education become starker. Prof Maclean discusses how equitable access to education shapes job opportunities.
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature Oct 17
Today we already had our final events of . Thanks so much to our authors & audience who joined us! We hope to see you in person next year . Until then, watch our author videos and recorded live events in our hub or on YouTube
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature Oct 17
Mae Jemison, American physician and astronaut, was born in 1956. She became the first black woman to travel into space when she served as a mission specialist orbiting Earth aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour.
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature retweeted
Claudia Oct 17
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature Oct 17
What are the benefits of sharing research data? Sign up now for Better Research Through Better Data Live with - a free, virtual session on 22 October
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature Oct 17
Join us for our final events. At 11 meet our German language authors and ask them your questions. Later we are welcoming authors for a panel on climate change from an interdisciplinary perspective. You can still sign up:
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature retweeted
SDSN Oct 16
Did you miss the and SDSN Science for a Sustainable Future event last week? Read the article, Global Conference Promotes Role of Science in the , to learn about key highlights from the event. 🌍🌎🌏 Article👉
Reply Retweet Like
Springer Nature Oct 16
One of our top-rated tweets on this past week was 'Equatorial mountains on Pluto are covered by methane frosts resulting from a unique atmospheric process' published OA in . You can read it here:
Reply Retweet Like