Behind the Paper

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We will soon launch a new section of the blog entitled “Behind the Paper”, where we aim to highlight recently published articles across the Nature journals representing important advances of significance to researchers working on 2D materials.

We hope to engage with both young scientists and established group leaders, and we will encourage our authors to share the real story behind their papers, from genesis to publication, the highs and the lows.

We have chosen an interview format, where authors of relevant Nature journal publications will be periodically invited to answer a number of questions covering the motivations, context, key findings, and implications of their work.

Stay tuned!

Silvia Milana (Nature Communications)

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