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  • npj Series

    Launched in 2014, the npjs collaborate with preeminent scientists and global partners to publish high-quality open access research.

  • Diversity Commitment

    Information about Nature Portfolio's commitment to diversity and inclusion in its editorial and publishing activities.

  • Journal metrics

    Information on peer review performance and citation metrics for the Nature Portfolio journals.

  • Press

    For enquiries from science journalists and writers regarding content in the Nature Portfolio journals, and corporate press enquiries about Nature Portfolio's publishing activities.

  • Careers

    The career site of Springer Nature, including current opportunities within our offices world-wide.

  • Offices

    Part of Springer Nature, Nature Portfolio has principal offices in London, New York, Berlin, Shanghai and Tokyo, and offices in cities worldwide.

  • Guided Open Access

    Guided Open Access (OA) is a new initiative designed to make the process of publishing open access simpler, quicker, and more efficient. Ultimately our aim is to help authors publish their work in the most suitable journal with just a single submission.

  • Open access policies

    Learn about Nature Portfolio's policies on open access licensing, complying with funders, and more.

  • Author reprints

    Published authors in any Nature Portfolio journal can order reprints of their article for distribution to their peers and colleagues. Author reprints are offered in quantities ranging up to 300 copies. Authors can order reprints in print or as an E-Print (encrypted PDF), and can place an order either before or after publication of their paper.

  • Commercial reprints

    Commercial reprints are an excellent way for companies to promote and inform the medical community about their activities and products. They are recognized as a credible and timely source of information, and the Nature Portfolio contains some of the most highly cited and influential journals in the world.

  • Permissions requests

    Springer Nature grants permission for authors, readers and third parties to reproduce material from its journals, books and online products as part of another publication or entity. This includes, for example, the use of a figure in a presentation, the posting of an abstract on a web site, or the reproduction of a full article within another journal. Certain permissions can be granted free of charge; others incur a fee.

  • Other services

    Details of how to order single issues of Nature Portfolio journals, posters of covers from recent issues of selected journals, or translated reprints.