Black holes are some of the most extreme objects in the universe. They can be more massive than a billion suns. Matter in their surrounding gets… Read more »
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Unveiling the invisible – mathematical methods for restoring and interpreting illuminated manuscripts
When an old painting shows signs of decay, most people’s instinct would be to restore it, so as to bring it closer to how it originally looked like.… Read more »
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Discoverability of open access books: How do we ensure that your research has the widest possible reach?
This blog post will look at how Springer Nature aids the discoverability of its open access books.
The Journal of Paleogeography will now be published open access, with SpringerOpen.
Epilogue: ‘Sobre las conciencias de los hombres’: A medical ecological view on post-Maria Puerto Rico (Part 4)
One year has passed since two major hurricanes struck the Caribbean, devastating the islands of Puerto Rico. In the first three… Read more »
Smart grid tools increase opportunities to reduce or shift residential electricity consumption, but can they shape residential… Read more »
We’re proud to announce that there have now been more than 30 million chapter downloads across our open access (OA) books… Read more »
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Style and substance: a chemical analysis of the different painting techniques in Rembrandt’s Saul and David
Paintings by Rembrandt belong to the most admired and analyzed paintings in the world. One of these paintings, Saul and David,… Read more »