Cancer risk debate laid to rest by novel calculations distinguishing population-wide risks for each organ and individual risks linked to environmental and genetic factors
Monthly Archives: December 2015
Knowing what consumers are looking for in their purchases, and how that varies in different situations, is integral to this. By looking at the simple—albeit not very wintry—example of buying ice cream, researchers analyzed the consumer behavior at the heart of this seasonal spending spree.
In our final SpringerPlus feature this year, we invite Dr. Massoud Mahmoudi, Editor-in-Chief for Medicine to share his thoughts on Open Access and introduce his section to us!
Computer Security is one of the digital marketing trends in 2016. I am happy to introduce it, along with Computer Security Day, with an interview of Dr. Lee Gillam, the founding and current Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Cloud Computing: Advances, Systems and Applications, and a researcher at the University of Surrey.1
Replication studies are a vital step in the iterative approach to scientific development and validation. Our Editor, Dr. Thomas Steckler hopes to develop this project into a vital publication outlet.
A new study analyzes the local vulnerability of climate change across Ecuador
All about the highlights of SpringerOpen’s extensive materials science portfolio
It’s that time of year again—Materials Research Society Fall Meeting in Boston. SpringerOpen, and our colleagues at Springer, SpringerMaterials, and Nature have lots of stuff going on.