Elsevier's Research Intelligence solutions answer the most pressing challenges researchers and research managers face, with innovative solutions that improve an institution's and individual's ability to establish, execute and evaluate research strategy and performance.
We work in collaborative partnership to meet your specific needs using SciVal tools, the Pure system, rich data assets, and custom Analytical Services.
- Develop strategy
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Gender in the Global Research Landscape
Analysis of research performance through a gender lens – across 20 years, 12 geographies, and 27 subject areas
Ready-to-use tools to analyze the world of research, and establish, execute and evaluate the best strategies for your research organization
Comprehensive research information management system to enable evidence-based decisions, promote collaboration, simplify administration and optimize impact.
Customized analysis, reports and services to meet your research management needs
Helps researchers, administrators and research development professionals find new funding opportunities
Expert Lookup helps you identify scientific experts in minutes.
The largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed scientific literature.
A free reference manager and academic social network to help organize research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research.
The controversial gene editing technique CRISPR could help scientists solve antimicrobial resistance, cure genetic diseases and much more.
Check out the full CRISPR Infographic here
Research on dealing with natural disasters has increased in the last five years, but work remains to turn more scientific findings into life-saving policies
Cancer Moonshot Resource Center
In his final State of the Union address, US President Barack Obama put Vice President Joseph Biden in charge of a new national effort to end cancer as we know it: the Cancer Moonshot. The goal: "To make a decade worth of advances in cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment in five years."
22nd Mar 2017
Association of College & Research Libraries Conference 2017
28th Mar 2017
UK Pure Seminar