When Julius Springer founded his bookstore and publishing house in Berlin on May 10, 1842, together with his authors, he began making scientific history. The world found itself in an unprecedented period of change, and Springer´s vision was to share the latest findings from the natural sciences and humanities with the world. He published outstanding works that paved the way for major scientific, technological and medical advances, and he laid the foundations for today’s company.
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