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London | Heidelberg, 1st November, 2016
Retractions from Springer and BioMed Central journals
London | Heidelberg, 13 June 2016
By Steven Inchcoombe (Chief Publishing Officer, Springer Nature) and Heinz Weinheimer (Managing Director, Springer Research Group)
London | Heidelberg, 19 February 2016
Journal articles, book chapters, news and expert commentaries now open to general public
London | Heidelberg, 18 August 2015
Retraction of articles from Springer journals
Berlin, 6 May 2015
Statement on Annals of Forest Science article
Berlin, 13 March 2015
An internal review of the journal Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics has revealed a pattern of inappropriate and compromised peer review.
Berlin, 25 September 2014
After extensive discussions with Swets, it has become clear to Springer that our customers are exposed to a substantial risk if they continue to submit payments to Swets for any Springer content.
Berlin, 14 August 2014
Springer final report on SCIgen-generated papers in conference proceedings
Berlin, 27 May 2014
Springer has come to the decision to discontinue the image database SpringerImages since it is not aligned with our strategy and long-term plans for image-related services and ...
Berlin, 14 April 2014
As reported in the media, on 11 February 2014 we were alerted to 16 fake submissions that were published in conference proceedings in Springer publications, mostly in computer sciences and ...
Berlin, 20 March 2014
As reported in the media, on 11 February 2014 we were alerted to 16 fake submissions that were published in conference proceedings in Springer publications, mostly in computer sciences and engineering ...
Berlin, 27 February 2014
As reported in the media, on 11 February 2014 we were alerted to 16 fake submissions that were published in conference proceedings in Springer publications, mostly in comp ...
New York, 6 June 2013
Springer welcomes discussion around the Clearing House for the Open Research of the United States (CHORUS) and the involvement of publishers in debates around access to acade ...
Heidelberg, 21 March 2013
Provisional exclusion of books from Springer Book Archives Springer has been publishing since the mid-19th century, including during the National Socialist era in Germany, ...
Berlin | New Delhi, 30 July 2012
The article “Competition panel finds Springer guilty of unfair trade practices” written by Bindu D. Menon and published online in The Hindu Business Line on 5 July 2012 is incorrect.
Dordrecht, 12 June 2012
We would like to thank the research community for drawing our attention to several defects in our Springer Images product.
New York, 20 January 2012
We do not think that the RWA will be successful, but we hope that it will generate measured, intelligent and constructive debate, which we greatly prefer to histrionics and ...
Berlin, 14 September 2007
Funding bodies, including government funding agencies, should leave it up to researchers to decide where to publish their results.