In the afternoon of August 30th, to have further cooperation in scientific research, improving the quality of NATURE master course, Chen zhen, the vice president, and Ni ming, director of anti-cancer and magazine office were invited to visit the office by the senior manager of Springer Nature, to meet and communicate with Paul Evans, Chinese area inspector general, and Doctor Yang xiao hong, Director of science.

Springer Nature is a global leading agency devoting in science research, education and professional publishing. Its subsidiary Nature Research mainly publishes journal online data base and services, including biology, physics, chemistry and applied science. The meeting paid attention to share advice on science thesis and strengthen future coperation. First, the vice president Chen Zhen represented hospital leader appreciating the warm welcome from senior managers of Springer Nature, he briefly introduced the whole situation of our hospital, referring the cooperation of the NATURE master course in the past three years, and highly viewed that quality.

After that, Springer Nature’s Doctor Yang xiao hong, Director of science, and Paul Evans, Chinese area inspector general, shared the experience of copy edit and introduced the business respectively. Director Yang had work for American cell press for 10 years .From the prospect of editing, she gave some professional advice which is worth referential. She said that it is vital to choose related magazine according to research content. High impact factor’s magazines should put emphasis on the innovation and importance of the researching content itself, making sure the solving problem, highlighting the accuracy of data and clear expression. In addition, she also introduced the process of copy editing and how to reply advice. In director Paul Evans’s report, through statistics and analysis, he affirmed the quantity and quality of Chinese science researchers , with a good performance on quoting over average global level.

In the end of the seminar, both sides exchanged information in Springer Nature’s thesis advancing editing service and potential cooperation.