In a new paper in Heritage Science, researchers at the Museum of Modern Art in New York use state-of the-art techniques to analyse Piet Mondrian's emblematic… Read more »
A recent study published in Injury Epidemiology shows racial differences in bicycle helmet law compliance.
An interview with Prof. James J. (Jong Hyuk) Park, the Editor-in-Chief of Human-centric Computing and Information Sciences
We are happy to invite Professor Park to talk about Human-centric Computing and Information Sciences in relation to open access, and its impacts in Asia.
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Sheevendra Sharma discusses here how scientific publications are often measured solely by their end result, missing the important… Read more »
Rajarshi Guha and Egon Willighagen take the helm as new Editors-in-Chief of the Journal of Cheminformatics.
Drug delivery remains one of the key challenges in drug discovery and deployment. And although one would ordinarily think of drug… Read more »
Interview with Vadim Silberschmidt—Editor-in-Chief of Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Modern Processes
Until the end of 2016, the article-processing charges for articles in Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Modern Processes (MAMMP)… Read more »
Yes—it is possible to publish gold open access (open access where your article is freely available immediately, and where you… Read more »
(Guest post by Rosemarie Truman and Cody J. Locke, cross-posted from Cancer Nanotechnology) On March 4th, 2016,… Read more »
Our special campaign dedicates itself to looking into SpringerOpen’s open access journey across Asia. We highlight… Read more »