Strategic Services helps organizations and professionals across the globe prioritize their needs, optimize their performance, craft their strategy, attract funding and talent, and achieve meaningful goals using information big-data based analytics and insightful expert-field based reporting.
We strive to answer the questions that modern R&D is facing in a complex, cross-disciplinary scientific environment.
“What are the emerging topics in my field and how do I find research partners in these early high-growth areas?”
“How does my discipline contribute to global challenges such as the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals?”
“How do I allocate resources for a newly created lab to achieve its short, medium, and long-term goals?”
“What benefits might I expect from increasing corporate research partnerships at my institution, and how do I identify the right businesses to collaborate with?”
“How do I assess and improve the connections between education, research, technology, and applications?”
“What does the local knowledge economy look like, and how do I leverage that landscape to transform my city into a leader in innovation?”
“How do I position my institution to have the greatest impact on society, both at home and globally?”
“Are there opportunities to increase the impact of a particular research portfolio within the next 5 years?”
We provide analytical consulting and reporting services based on:
Rich, curated data from Elsevier’s Scopus and Funding Institutional data bases, as well as LexisNexis PatentSight
Big-data analytics and advanced machine learning models to extract insight from millions of data points
Critical advice on the research and policy landscape from in-house domain experts across scientific disciplines
An understanding of local policy needs and the local research framework. Elsevier collaborates directly with policy makers such as China’s Ministry of Education CDGDC subject classifications
A dedicated team to work with you every step of the way, from defining a challenge to delivering a solution
Elsevier’s global marketing, network of journals, and partnerships to ensure a global reach for showcasing your success
Elsevier’s continued support based on analytical findings, your goals, and potential future collaborations such as conferences, events, journal partnerships, and more.
Strategic Services include:
Multilingual data-driven reporting with detailed analyses
Up-to-date dashboards for your specific needs
Customized data queries and APIs based on Elsevier’s databases
Integration and merging of customer data streams
Marketing and showcasing solutions
Option for distribution and dissemination of reports as open access content
Partnerships and synergies with other Elsevier services, such as conference hosting
Strategic Services will help you:
Understand performance and set priorities
From benchmarking research impact to visualizing collaboration networks to evaluating funding landscapes, we have a solution for every problem
On science, society, and important issues like the COVID-19 pandemic and United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals
Promote strategic growth
Get highly customized action plans that are effective in helping you achieve your goals
Examples of Elsevier’s advanced analytics
2. Translational research and industry
Academic-Corporate (AC) Collaboration Rate of Nanoscience research by different countries, normalized by global AC collaboration rate
Find out how Elsevier collaborates with South China University of Technology Advanced Institute of Aggregation-Induced Emission on creating “Research trends and impact report on the field of Aggregation-Induced Emission (AIE) 2001─2021”.
A systematic overview of the AIE field.
Find out how Elsevier collaborates with Xiamen University, Tan Kah Kee Innovation Laboratory on creating “Landscape and Development Trends of Energy Research”.
Overall view of China's Energy Disciplines.
Find out how Elsevier collaborates with China National Center for Nanoscience and Technology (NCNST) on creating “Big Data Analysis of Nanoscience Bibliometrics, Patent, and Funding Data (2000-2019)”
Zooming in on the outputs and impacts of Nanoscience