What would you like to see from the npj Microgravity Community?

Welcome to the new npj Microgravity Community. The site is in a test phase, making this your opportunity to tell us what you'd like to see from the community when it officially launches in early 2016.

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Dec 17, 2015
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The aim of the npj Microgravity Community is to be a multidisciplinary forum in which to further research in the microgravity environment.

Our hope is that it becomes is a place for international collaboration, sharing knowledge and bringing about new research insights and opportunities. The community supports the aims of the npj Microgravity journal in providing a thorough understanding of the scientific impact and future of microgravity research.

We'd love to know what you'd like to see from the npj Microgravity Community. This is your chance to shape the future of the community and ensure it is of value to you.

Why not get in touch and tell us...

What information and advice would be helpful to your research?

What information on microgravity research is hard to find?

Who would you like to hear from in the community?

Which institutions and individuals have the knowledge and insight that would be of value to you?

What would you like to see from the npj Microgravity and wider Nature team?

What would you be interested in bringing to community? How would you like to contribute?

Please comment below or email us at communities@nature.com.

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Martin Delahunty

Global Director, Nature Partner Journals, Nature Research

Working within Nature Research's Open Research Group, I am Global Director for Nature Partner Journals based in London. I have responsibility across five global office locations to develop Nature Partner Journals, a new series of online-only, open access journals, published in collaboration with world-renowned partners. Launched in April 2014, the portfolio now includes 14 titles including 'npj Biofilms and Microbiomes'. I have a Degree in Natural Sciences specializing in Microbiology from Trinity College Dublin and a Masters in Business Administration from The Open University. Within the broader medical publications community, I serve as Secretary and Trustee for the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals.

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