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Transparency in Nature Journals: What Librarians & Information Managers need to know
Nature Portfolio has a team of over 200 dedicated in-house Editors who expertly curate rigorous and reproducible research for their journals and champion authors’ work from submission to publication and beyond. But what makes a Nature journal, and what impact do these journals have on research and the research community? Find out how they are bringing different scientific communities together and drive positive change through groundbreaking research.

Guest speakers Alison Wright, Editorial Director at Nature Research, will explore what makes a Nature journal and how they are valued in the research community. Jill Adie, Senior Publishing Manager at Nature Research will shed light on the publishing strategy and how they drive new research forward. Including case studies, performance and feedback from authors, readers, customers.*

This 1-hour webinar is intended to benefit librarians, editors, researchers, information managers across the university and corporate sectors, and the latter part of this webinar will include a lively Q&A.

Editors of the Nature Portfolio believe in the transformational power of science and its potential to drive positive change in the world. As members of the scientific community, they are committed to supporting the research enterprise by curating, enhancing and disseminating research that is rigorous, reproducible and impactful. They work to promote openness and transparency as well as the highest standards in research culture, and engage with researchers at all stages of their career to understand their needs and advocate for positive change.

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