Open access is thriving at Nature Publishing Group

This week is global Open Access Week, with events around the globe. We’re pleased to say that open access is thriving at Nature Publishing Group (NPG).

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Oct 22, 2015
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Sixty three per cent of original research articles published on nature.com so far in 2015 are open access, amounting to nearly 10,000 papers. NPG now publishes over 80 journals with an open access option, ranging from the multidisciplinary title Nature Communications to the Nature Partner Journals series, including npj Biofilms and Microbiomes.

Open access research highlights from npj Biofilms and Microbiomes in 2015 include:

Comparative integrated omics: identification of key functionalities in microbial community-wide metabolic networks

A unique biofilm in human deep mycoses: fungal amyloid is bound by host serum amyloid P component

Enhancement in hydrogen evolution using Au-TiO2 hollow spheres with microbial devices modified with conjugated oligoelectrolytes

Read our blog post for further information on open access at NPG.

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Emma Hedington

Senior Marketing Manager, Nature Research

Senior Marketing Manager for the Nature Partner Journals and Communities

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