Research Intelligence

Answering the most pressing challenges researchers and research managers face.

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Research Intelligence

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.

Our solution supports the three primary pillars of strategic research management workflow by providing reliable data and information to facilitate better decision making.

Enable research

  • Develop strategy
  • Identify & recruit researchers
  • Secure funding
  • Establish partnership
  • Manage facilities

Conduct research

  • Search, discover, read, review
  • Collaborate, network
  • Experiment
  • Analyze, synthesize

Share research

  • Manage data
  • Publish and disseminate
  • Commercialize
  • Promote

Research Intelligence in action

A selection of infographics using our data, metrics and tools. Where will the data take you?

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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

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Case Studies

Institutions around the world use Elsevier's Research Intelligence tools to answer the most pressing challenges that their researchers and research managers face.

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Latest news

How we’re making our university’s research more visible

A leading Russian university uses a Pure Research Portal developed by Elsevier to increase global collaboration and increase visibility of its scholarly output.

The 4 types of UX savvy behind SciVal

How the women behind user experience work together to design the popular research performance platform.

Gender balance in research: new analytical report reveals uneven progress

Elsevier examines research performance through a gender lens in global, cross-disciplinary study.

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22nd May 2017
Going Global 2017
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22nd May 2017
SARIMA 2017 Annual Conference
Windhoek, Namibia

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