Springer Nature and BITS Pilani partner to advance discovery and research in India

13 February 2023 | News

To help students incubate ideas and innovate better

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Springer Nature has entered into an exclusive partnership with Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani, a renowned institute offering higher education in the fields of science, engineering, pharmacy and management in India. The partnership will advance knowledge and accelerate research by providing services such as author workshops, mentoring sessions and community engagements for the students and faculty of the institute.

It will also provide students and researchers at the institute paths to publish quality research, build research communities, incubate ideas and drive open science and open access through collaboration.

More than 2700 students and researchers will be benefit from these services and will be able to engage in interactive discussions with editors and researchers. 

According to the leadership and faculty at BITS Pilani, this partnership with Springer Nature will not only provide the students and faculty insights into the do’s and don’t’s of research publishing but will also help them incubate ideas and innovate better. 

Steven Inchcoombe, Chief Publishing Officer of Springer Nature said, “This partnership with BITS Pilani will see the opening up of new knowledge and will enable its wider dissemination and reach of the important research looking to address the pressing problems we are facing globally. It will also play an important role in supporting the drive towards open science both regionally and internationally.”


Image caption- Steven Inchcoombe, Chief Publishing Officer, Springer Nature Group and Venkatesh Satvasiddhi, MD, Springer Nature India signing the MoU virtually with Dr Sudhirkumar Barai, Director, BITS Pilani


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