How personalized metrics can change behavior and improve research performance

Using SciVal, Queen’s University Belfast worked with Elsevier’s Research Metrics team to increase citations and change its approach to publishing.

Infographic: How China’s One Belt, One Road initiative will change research collaboration

Two routes will be created between Asia and Europe, connecting over 63% of the world’s population and passing through 65 countries. The unique strategy is designed to stimulate corporate partnerships within the Belt & Road countries, resulting in increased international research collaboration.

Elsevier People: Playing matchmaker with research and industry

For a society to prosper, academia, government and industry need to work together; using the right tools can make the wheels turn more smoothly.

Elsevier and European Commission collaborate to advance gender equality in science

Findings of report spark conversation about the story behind the data – and next steps.

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.

Asia-Pacific Gender Summit aims to boost innovation in research through diversity

The 10th edition of the Gender Summit (GS10) brought together 600 people from industry, academia, and government to advance gender equality in science and society.

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.

View the report here

The “miracle method”: how CRISPR is changing biological 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

Using research to build resilience: the science of disaster science

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."

Academic leaders in Asia explore how universities can impact society

Conference in Tokyo focused on maximizing impact and collaboration across disciplines, sectors and borders

Infographic: the Science of Disaster Science

A snapshot of global research in support of the 2016 Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction

Tracking the contributions of faculty members – including teaching

Pure’s new Faculty and Academic Activity Reporting tool helps universities see the full picture

Tracking progress in US science and engineering

The NSF’s latest biennial report uses custom data from Elsevier’s Scopus database.

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