Elsevier partners with research institutions, funders and policy makers worldwide to address research management challenges. Through Elsevier Research Intelligence, extensive data sources such as Scopus® and our bibliometric expertise, Elsevier helps organizations:
- Enhance Research Performance:
Enabling institutions to engage in data-driven strategic planning and benchmark performance to maximize efficiency and impact of their research enterprises
- Support Data Standards:
Facilitating organizations to share data across systems and increase productivity throughout the research community
- Investigate Grand Challenges:
Collaborating with institutions to address major societal challenges such as food and water security, alternative energy and breast cancer
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A collaborative project providing a standard way of reporting funding sources for published scholarly research
FundRef will help standardize how authors indicate the funding sources of their research, enabling funders to more clearly track the results of their investments and communicate the impact of R&D spending to the public.
Metrics that support institutional strategic decision making, which have been defined and agreed by research-focused universities and Elsevier
The aspiration is for these metrics to become global standards that enable universities to compare themselves against their peers, support their decision making, and cover the entire spectrum of research and enterprise activities. All interested organizations are invited to apply the framework free of charge.
A semantic network that can help your institution showcase researcher expertise and enable collaboration
Institutions can participate in VIVO through Pure, which is fully compatible with the VIVO ontology. Enrich your researcher profiles with Scopus data, your institutions own content and individual researcher updates, and save the time and resources necessary to launch and maintain your own system.
A joint report by Elsevier, EuroStemCell and Kyoto University's Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences (iCeMS) including scientists' and other stakeholders' views on current progress and future expectations for the field
This report analyzes the growth and development of the stem cell field as a whole, then more closely examines embryonic stem (ES) cell and induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cell research outputs looking into leading nations' research output, citation impact and collaboration behavior, as well as assessing each nation's difference in focus and its growth.
A joint report by Elsevier and Stockholm International Water Institute that examines the dynamics of global water research between 2007 and 2011 at international, national and institutional levels
This report discusses the dramatic growth of water research in recent years and the increase in international collaboration to address water problems.
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Stem Cell Research - Trends & perspectives on the evolving international landscape.
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