Elsevier examines research performance through a gender lens in global, cross-disciplinary study.
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The controversial gene editing technique CRISPR could help scientists solve antimicrobial resistance, cure genetic diseases and much more.
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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."
Conference in Tokyo focused on maximizing impact and collaboration across disciplines, sectors and borders
A snapshot of global research in support of the 2016 Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction
Pure’s new Faculty and Academic Activity Reporting tool helps universities see the full picture
The NSF’s latest biennial report uses custom data from Elsevier’s Scopus database.
How growth in research data is spurring a shift in the librarian’s role
How growth in research data is spurring a shift in the librarian’s role?
Times Higher Education uses Scopus database to assess performance of German universities.
Times Higher Education uses SciVal, Scopus and reports produced by Analytical Services to analyze what Chinese investment means for African higher education.
Universities to benefit from access to Elsevier’s Pure
Data from five of the world’s largest patent offices now included in SciVal
Free online resource centers provide the latest medical and scientific information and research on the Zika virus.