Yes—it is possible to publish gold open access (open access where your article is freely available immediately, and where you keep the copyright) without paying an article-processing charge. Here’s how. And why.
Monthly Archives: August 2016
(Guest post by Rosemarie Truman and Cody J. Locke, cross-posted from Cancer Nanotechnology) On March 4th, 2016, Springer’s Cancer Nanotechnology office promoted the launch of the Nanotechnology Startup Challenge in Cancer (NSC2 ). This innovation-development model is a partnership among our company, the Center for Advancing Innovation (CAI), MedImmune, the global biologics arm of AstraZeneca, and multiple institutes at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). NSC2 “crowdsources” talent… Read more »
Our special campaign dedicates itself to looking into SpringerOpen’s open access journey across Asia. We highlight successes, open access partnerships and feature a few of the subject areas driving the region’s growth.
(Guest post by Professor Yuji Yagi) A destructive earthquake (MJMA 7.3) occurred on 15 April 2016 (UTC) in Kumamoto region, Kyushu Island, Japan. Two day preceding the Kumamoto earthquake, the largest foreshock (MJMA 6.5) occurred on 14 April. And aftershock activity of the Kumamoto earthquake is very high and its distribution implicated that the rupture… Read more »
Part of the European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (EJNMMI) group of journals, EJNMMI Research started publishing with SpringerOpen in 2011.
(Guest post by Iain Hrynaskiewicz) With the publication of the Concordat on Open Research Data last week, the UK further cemented its leadership position in promoting access to tax payer-funded research data. The Concordat sets out 10 principles that promote access to and reuse of research data as an enabler of high quality research, while… Read more »
Our open access journal Smart Water has recently published its first articles. “What is smart water?” you may ask, “and why do we need a journal about it?” In his editorial, the journal’s Editor-in-Chief, Philippe Gourbesville, answers these questions and many more.
A guest post by Yoshiyuki Tanaka about an article published in Earth, Planets and Space.1