Researchers from Fudan University have developed a technique that could lead to low-cost nanocapacitors for batteries, using 3-dimensional zinc oxide nanowires.
In the first of a collection of articles on the use of light in cultural heritage studies, a new paper in Heritage Science looks at laser cleaning, and how it is… Read more »
Marking one full year since the blog's relaunch.
More SpringerOpen blog posts
When I talk with researchers about open access, especially in non-biomedical areas, I often hear questions about paying… Read more »
Interview with Francisco Chinesta—President of the Computational Structural Mechanics Association (CSMA)
Our open access journal Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences (AMSES) is affiliated with the Computational… Read more »
Ever wondered what happened today in chemistry? Read on to find out!!
A detailed global map of magnetic field recorded by continents and oceans.
In this next interview of our SpringerOpen EURASIP journals blog series the Editor-in-Chief of the EURASIP Journal on Advances in… Read more »
What kinds of inventions tend to have the biggest impacts? Researchers from the University of Oxford and the Korea Advanced… Read more »
Innovative agreement with publisher Springer affirms MIT’s commitment to openly accessible scholarship
MIT-authored articles will automatically be deposited into DSpace@MIT (Cross-posted… Read more »
Chances are that over the past couple of years you have started to hear more about ORCID. In this guest blog, originally posted on… Read more »