Springer Nature's Steven Inchcoombe explains the publisher's stance on Plan S' implementation guidance.
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
Could limiting the avenues through which research can be published, as Plan S proposes, be detrimental to the wider academic publishing community?
Springer Nature has published its first machine-generated title, a chemistry book offering an overview of the latest research in the rapidly growing field of lithium-ion... Read more
SAGE's corporate comms and public affairs manager Katie Baker is departing the publisher after seven years for a new post with Springer Nature.
Springer Nature has said there is "more to do" after reporting a mixed bag of figures in its latest gender pay gap disclosures for UK... Read more
Springer Nature has started sharing articles from its journals on academic-networking site ResearchGate in a pilot scheme.
Springer Nature has said the current Plan S requirement for publishers to commit to 'flip' hybrid journals to Open Access is "unnecessary, and...unacceptable for us... Read more
Springer Nature says it has become the first academic research publisher to sign up to the Time to Change employer pledge to tackle mental health... Read more
Following on from The Bookseller's 'alternative' predictions for 2019, senior figures share their hopes and expectations for the year ahead.