Springer, a worldly, leading, scientific publisher
Springer is a dominant scientific, technical and medical publisher that includes one of the most comprehensive eBook collections and archives, as well as an inclusive range of hybrid and open access journals. It serves and supports the research community by offering the best services to the researchers in academia, scientific institutions and corporate R&D departments, and providing high quality content through the most updated information and products. It aims to improve the field of research by publishing strong and insightful science, supporting the development of new areas of research and making ideas and knowledge accessible around the world. The Springer journal collection includes more than 2.500 English-language and close to 200 German-language journals. 21.6% of all Nobel Prize winners are Springer authors. All winners of the 2011 Nobel Prizes in medicine, physics, chemistry and economics are Springer authors and editors [1, 2 & 3].
Springer as an authentic publisher and a robust advocate for the high quality and ethical standards in research, sits alongside other trusted brands like Nature Research, BMC and Palgrave Macmillan [1 & 4].
The History of Springer:
Julius Springer established his bookstore and publishing house in Berlin, laying the foundation for today’s company on May 10th, 1842 (his 25th birthday). He intended to bring the most recent and accurate scientific findings to the wider public. For four generations, the publishing house remained a family business, but nowadays, it belongs to the publishing group Springer Nature, and is still a globally known publisher dedicated to the advancement of research after almost 175 years. At the beginning, political caricatures and treatises showing the spirit of Germany’s Vormärz period were mostly published by the “Julius Springer Publishing House”. In 1904, its publications started to expand in the field of medicine. Among the numerous famous Springer authors, are the names of Werner von Siemens, Rudolf Diesel, Albert Einstein, Paul Ehrlich, Emil Fischer and Ferdinand Graf Zeppelin. It has been a part of the publishing group Springer Nature since 2015. Worldwide, Springer Nature has around 13,000 employees and a turnover of 1,624.7 million Euro in 2016. It publishes almost 12,000 new books and about 3000 academic journals yearly [5 & 6].
The Advantages of publishing in Springer:
Generally speaking, the authors fulfill various goals by publishing their written materials which include: presenting new and original results or methods, exchanging ideas, communicating with peers, advancing scientific progress, getting research funds, promoting their career, and finally acquiring personal prestige and satisfaction. Springer helps the authors to reach these goals because of possessing lots of prominent characteristics which are listed below:
- Springer is a worldly, leading, scientific publisher.
- It publishes more than 3,000 journals, and it is the largest scientific eBook publisher worldwide.
- It is pioneer in Mathematics, top in Physics and Engineering.
- It is an e-first publisher.
- The authors’ work will immediately be available worldwide!
- It contains the widest distribution in various formats for computers and mobile devices
- An article takes, on average, only 20 days from acceptance to online publication.
- It provides sustainable (e-) marketing .
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