Springer Nature Experiments is a new platform to help researchers find and evaluate protocols and methods across the publisher’s offerings. Their algorithm identifies lab techniques and model organisms mentioned in the articles to help you find the most relevant references for your own experiments. The SpringerProtocols.com platform will be deactivated on July 25.
The individual articles are hosted separately. In addition to Springer Nature Experiments, all but the Protocol Exchange articles are also discoverable through the library’s “search everything.”
Note that Scott Library does not subscribe to all of the content discoverable in Springer Nature Experiments:
|Nature Protocols||SML subscribes 2014-present|
|Nature Methods||SML does not subscribe|
|Protocol Exchange||Open access|
|Springer Protocols||SML subscribes|
Find a link to Springer Nature Experiments from the Databases page.
Learn more in their user guide: Getting Started with Springer Nature Experiments.