A new review shows that cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and kale might be better for us than previously thought.
The Earth, Planets and Space Special Issue: “Science of solar system materials examined from Hayabusa and future missions”
Hayabusa was the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) engineering mission to explore and return a sample from a near-Earth asteroid. It visited and explored… Read more »
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 »
On the occasion of Nanoscale Research Letter’s tenth anniversary (and as we rapidly approach the anniversary of publishing… Read more »
One of the difficult challenges in treating diseases like cancer, atherosclerosis, stroke, arterial occlusion, and others, is that… Read more »
A new study published in Sports Medicine—Open suggests that high-intensity training benefits the obese, even if there's no fat… Read more »
Support, commitment and the future of open access publishing. Here's a summary of the discussions for Springer Nature Open… Read more »
Launched in 2010, EJNMMI Research is an exciting journal which aims to be a platform of lively scientific exchange on new… Read more »
SpringerPlus catches up with Professor Norbert Seel, Editor-in-Chief for Social Sciences this month! Professor Seel studied… Read more »
Jurassic pork—what could a kosher time-traveler find to eat in previous geological eras?