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Nature-Zeitschriften nun optimiert für Smartphones

Die Nature Publishing Group hat die Webseiten von folgenden Zeitschriften nun für Smartphones optimiert, wie am 18. April in einer Pressemeldung mitgeteilt wurde. Für Nature Weekly exitierten bereits seit längerem iPhone und iPad-Apps.

Nature, Nature research journals, Nature Communications and Scientific Reports now offer mobile-optimized versions of their websites. As a customer with a site license to one or more of the journals listed below, we are pleased to let you know that these journals now offer mobile-optimized versions of their websites. The mobile optimized presentation has been designed to provide an improved reading and navigation experience on smartphones and tablets. Mobile optimized versions of articles on the following journal websites are now available:

› Nature
› Nature Immunology
› Nature Biotechnology
› Nature Cell Biology
› Nature Chemical Biology
› Nature Chemistry
› Nature Climate Change
› Nature Communications
› Nature Neuroscience
› Nature Genetics
› Nature Geoscience
› Nature Medicine
› Nature Materials
› Nature Methods
› Nature Nanotechnology
› Nature Photonics
› Nature Physics
› Nature Protocols
› Nature Structural & Molecular Biology
› Scientific Reports

The mobile versions support site license authentication for institutional customers. The mobile-optimized view is accessed using existing access control mechanisms, including Shibboleth (UK only), IP access via Virtual Private Networks, Athens, token-based access, proxies and over campus wifi networks as supported by the institution. For these journals, users will be automatically directed to the mobile-optimized view when they access nature.com via their institution’s network on their smartphone or tablet web browser. Users are also able to switch back to the full site version using the toggle button at the bottom of the screen. The new mobile-optimized websites support iPads, iPhones, Android devices, new Blackberry models and a range of tablets. If you have any questions, please contact institutions@nature.com.