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Plan S must consider researcher demand for OA

Springer Nature's Steven Inchcoombe explains the publisher's stance on Plan S' implementation guidance. Read more

Reading the future

Can virtual reading define a new type of book format? Recent studies suggest the future of reading is by no means set in stone.  ... Read more

The best laid Plan S...

Could limiting the avenues through which research can be published, as Plan S proposes, be detrimental to the wider academic publishing community? Read more

Sherer given 'industry first' sustainability role at Springer Nature

Thea Sherer has been appointed director of sustainability at Springer Nature, a newly created role heading up a team dedicated to achieving the company's climate... Read more

Springer Nature staff get day off after 'extraordinary' pandemic effort

Staff at the academic publisher Springer Nature are being given an extra day of holiday on 2nd July to thank them for their "extraordinary efforts" during... Read more

Springer Nature introduces name change policy for trans writers

Academic publisher Springer Nature has launched a name change policy to enable transgender scholars and writers to update their name on published works.... Read more

Carbon offsetting 'a viable solution' for independent publishers

Carbon offsetting is a viable solution for independent publishers wishing to improve their sustainability, Martin Klopstock, operations director at Kogan Page has told a London Book... Read more

Bloomsbury completes Red Globe Press acquisition for £3.7m

Bloomsbury’s acquisition of academic imprint Red Globe Press (RGP) from Macmillan Education Limited has now been completed in a £3.7m deal.  Read more

Springer Nature unveils its hybrid working plan

Springer Nature staff will work a minimum of two days a week from home, with the option to increase that to three or four days,... Read more

Macmillan International Higher Education moves from Springer Nature to Macmillan Learning

The Macmillan International Higher Education team, with 17 employees, is to be transferred from Springer Nature to Macmillan Learning.   ... Read more

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