Why choose us

If you would like to draw on your previous training to discuss ground-breaking unpublished work with researchers at conferences and lab visits, or explain the story of a paper to our Press Department Springer Nature is the home for you. We will help you forge an alternative career path, providing you with the right skills and training to reach your goals.

Some of our proudest publishing moments

At Springer Nature our editors constantly draw on their wealth of scientific expertise – be it in the form of producing award winning journalism or assessing manuscripts – we continue to keep abreast of fast paced advances in science.

Click on the timeline to reveal the published work.

    • Hager's Handbook in Pharmacy
    1876
    • Fingerprints
    1880
    • Physical Chemical Tables
    1883
    • X-rays and electrons
    1896
    • Radioactive decay
    1903
    • Dubbel's Manual for Engine Construction
    1914
    • Humanoids in Africa
    1925
    • Wave-like electrons
    1927
    • Handbook in Physics
    1928
    • Discovery of neutron
    • & Nuclear fission
    1932
    • Einstein's theory of gravitation
    1950
    • DNA structure
    1953
    • Protein structure
    1958
    • Genetic code for proteins
    1961
    • Quasars and continental drift
    1963
    • Monoclonal antibodies
    1978
    • AIDS virus
    1983
    • Ozone hole
    1985
    • Carbon nanotubes
    1991
    • Neanderthal skull remains
    1992
    • Taxol synthesized
    1994
    • 1st planet outside our solar system
    • & Fluorophores for Confocal Microscopy
    1995
    • Prions, Prions, Prions
    1996
    • Dolly the sheep
    • & The Blue Laser Diode
    1997
    • Autophagy proteins
    • & Kindle™ ink
    1998
    • Molecular motors
    1999
    • Human genome
    2001
    • Grid cells
    • & Massless Dirac fermions in graphene
    2005
    • Antkythera mechanism
    2006
    • ENCODE Project,
    • Bayesian analysis of molecular sequences
    • & Deep-brain stimulation
    2007
    • Enantioselective alkene metathesis,
    • DAVID Protocol,
    • New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics,
    • & Encyclopedia of Language and Education
    2008
    • Springer Handbook of Robotics
    2009
    • Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery Handbook
    2010
    • Structural basis GPCR signalling
    2011
    • Breast cancer genomes
    • & Solid-state mesoscopic solar cells
    2012
    • Mutational signatures
    2013
    • Improved fusion implosion
    2014
    • Epigenome road map,
    • Superconductivity above 200 kelvin,
    • Teixobactin
    • & Linear Algebra Done Right
    2015
    • Proxima Cantauri star
    • & AlphaGo
    2016
    • Partial neural recovery in paraplegics
    • & 7 exoplanets orbit TRAPPIST-1
    2017

Career development

Your personal development is important to us at Springer Nature. There are many different career paths that you can take with us. Here we show you just a few traditional and non-traditional options within our editorial and publishing teams. If you bring the passion for science we will help you develop your skills along the way.

Non-Traditional Path

Crosses from Editorial to Publishing
  • Publishing Director
  • Associate Publishing Director
  • Publisher
  • Chief Editor
  • Senior Editor
  • Associate Editor

Traditional path

Publishing journals
  • Editorial Director
  • Publisher
  • Journal Development Manager
  • Senior Journal Development Editor
  • Journal Development Editor

Traditional path

Magazines editorial
  • Chief Magazine Editor
  • Chief Features Editor
  • Senior Editor
  • Associate Editor
  • Reporter

Traditional path

Editorial administration
  • Head of Editorial Administration
  • Editorial Assistant Manager
  • Editorial Assistant Supervisor
  • Senior Editorial Assistant
  • Editorial Assistant

Traditional Path

Books editorial
  • Editorial Director
  • Executive Editor
  • Senior Editor
  • Editor
  • Associate Editor
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