Today Springer Nature is introducing a new service intended to help researchers more easily share data and other files generated during their research.
Monthly Archives: April 2017
Neuroscience provides us with an insight into the mental processes underpinning human behavior: thanks to rapid advances in neurotechnology it is possible to record, monitor, decode and modulate the neural correlates of mental processes with ever more accuracy. In this rapidly evolving technological scenario, a new paper, published in Life Sciences, Society and Policy, advocates for reconceptualizing and even creating new human rights: the right to cognitive liberty, mental privacy, mental integrity, and psychological continuity.
To celebrate World Earth Week, Journal Development Editor, Chris McEntee, highlights some of the journals in BioMed Central and Springer Open’s ever growing portfolio of environmental science journals.
If women continue to be underrepresented in STEM, gaining deeper understanding of what makes some of them motivated in science is an important step in addressing this. A mixed methods study published in International Journal of STEM Education investigates what experiences women credited for influencing their career interest goals and their motivation to succeed: read their own words, the enthusiasm is infectious.