A hugely important name in the world of science, Nature is ‘The International Weekly Journal of Science’ and is perhaps one of the most insightful and intelligent publications out there.
Nature combines the qualities of an excellent science magazine and a world-leading academic journal – getting into Nature magazine is a huge achievement for researchers the world over. It provides scientific insight into current world affairs and news, comments, books and arts and careers, as well as the world changing research published in every issue. Expertly observed and endlessly fascinating, Nature is required reading for any lovers of science out there.
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Firstly, we’d just like to say what an excellent magazine Nature is – the more general contents are extremely well written and topical, and the published research runs pretty much the whole extent of the different sciences out there – biology, medicine, astrology, neuroscience, genetics, earth science, physics, material science, genomics and far, far more are all found within its pages. It truly is a leading publisher of research, being one of the academic journals with the highest impact index scores out there. What’s that? You ask? Well, let us explain.
You may think that all science is science, regardless of where it is published. Well, that isn’t quite true. Different journals have different impact ratings, based upon how well known they are – it might be more difficult to get your paper into a high-ranking journal such as Nature, so you could opt to play it safe and go for a smaller one. The only problem is that there is a chance no-one will ever really see it! Getting a paper published is a fascinating game of cat and mouse, peer review, fame and credit that is about as far from science as anything can get but is endlessly interesting for observers. NB