Video: A decade of open access

What has made Nature Communications successful over the past ten years, and what to do the editors have in store for the next decade? 
Video: A decade of open access

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Nature Communications launched in 2010 as the first online-only, hybrid journal from Nature Research. Join our anniversary celebration with a video from past and present Chief Editors.


  • Elisa De Ranieri | Editor in Chief, Nature Communications
  • Magdalena Skipper | Editor in Chief, Nature (Former Editor in Chief, Nature Communications)
  • Enda Bergin | Chief Physical Sciences Editor, Nature Communications
  • David Gevaux | Editorial Director, Nature Research & BMC Physical Sciences Community Journals (Former Chief Physical Sciences Editor, Nature Communications)
  • Nathalie Le Bot | Chief Life Sciences Editor, Nature Communications
  • Niki Scaplehorn | Editorial Director, Nature Life Science Journals (Former Chief Life Sciences Editor, Nature Communications)

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