Experience science with over 50 titles from the Nature group

Subject:  Multidisciplinary
Two girls doing experiments in a laboratory
Author: Sandra Pérez
14/05/19

The Library now has access to more content from nature.com: in addition to the emblematic Nature, you can read journals such as Nature Human Behaviour and Nature Neuroscience.

The Library has expanded its collection of titles from Springer Nature. In addition to its flagship journal, Nature, you’ll now have access to over 80 specialist titles on life sciences, clinical sciences, physical sciences and social sciences.

Which journals can you access?

  • Nature, an interdisciplinary journal that is published weekly across the globe. You can access all issues, from the very first one all the way to the most recent.
  • 27 weekly research journals under the umbrella of the Nature brand, some of which include Nature Astronomy, Nature Climate Change, Nature Ecology & Evolution, Nature Electronics, Nature Genetics, Nature Human Behaviour, Nature Medicine, Nature Neuroscience, Nature Sustainability.
  • 18 Nature Reviews, which review and highlight the most recent information in an extensive range of scientific and clinical areas. Some examples are Nature Reviews Cancer, Nature Reviews Neurology, Nature Reviews Neuroscience, Nature Reviews Disease Primers, Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology.
  • 37 other journals that include open access titles and journals by other publishers. For example, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition o Pediatric Research.
  • The nature.com page provides access to Nature files, news, blogs and multimedia content such as videos and podcasts. Listen to this conversation or watch this video of a robot that moves autonomously without the need for centralized control.

Take a look at the full list of titles

The Nature family of journals

Some of the most-shared articles on social media:

Humans are driving one million species to extinction

Mapping the world’s free-flowing rivers

Permafrost collapse is accelerating carbon release

Some of the most-shared articles on social media:

The association between adolescent well-being and digital technology use

Extensive childhood experience with Pokémon suggests eccentricity drives organization of visual cortex

A Pokémon-sized window into the human brain

Some of the most-shared articles on social media:

Memory formation in the absence of experience

Causal contributions of parietal cortex to perceptual decision-making during stimulus categorization ​

Perceptual straightening of natural videos

Some of the most-shared articles on social media:

Ecological memory modifies the cumulative impact of recurrent climate extremes

Greening of the Earth and its drivers

The broader importance of #FridaysForFuture