Build successful teams and partnerships
Identify the researchers and cross-sector partners to build high-performing teams, collaborations and partnerships. Use Elsevier’s solutions for systematic and objective insights into key factors, including focus, activity, productivity and impact. This helps visualize existing research networks; quickly find key individuals in the physical, life, health, social sciences and humanities; and reveal potential conflicts of interest. Securing appropriate external relationships and internal strengths not only advances your programs, it also increases your chances for funding success and boosts your reputation. Learn more about the solutions that support you in building teams and connections.
Analyze existing and potential collaborations and partnerships, as well as key contributing researchers, with SciVal. Highly accurate profiles are backed by an array of metrics and visualizations that provide insights into focus, activity, productivity and impact, supporting the development of new and existing partnerships across all sectors.
Scopus can help you identify potential academic, corporate and cross-sector partners; identify subject matter experts to serve as reviewers, advisors, mentors, or co-authors; and conduct an analysis of your own teams’ achievements.
Easily identify experts for literature and proposal reviews, advisory board membership, public relations exercises, collaborations and more. Expert Lookup mines the tens of millions of records available in Scopus to surface unbiased experts not found in other data sources, and identify potential conflicts of interest around co-authorship and organizational affiliation.
Pure is designed to help you manage single or multi-institutional research projects with tools for data collation, analytics and reporting. Its publicly accessible website helps collaborators, funders and your other internal and external stakeholders discover your academic activities and key research assets, maximizing their impact.
The library uses Scopus APIs to help the Vice-Rector monitor compliance with employment contracts and tasks set for the university researchers in certain programs.
Arizona State University
A university uses SciVal Topics of Prominence to identify a focus area for a design workshop on substance abuse and addiction as well as faculty to include.
The Research Council of Norway
A central research agency uses Expert Lookup to look beyond its traditional base of grant reviewers to find expert reviewers for thousands of grant proposals.