How can intelligence support your research excellence goals?
Inform your research goals by using research intelligence to inform strategic planning
Advance your research programs by identifying best-fit researchers and cross-sector partners
Enhance efficiency and productivity by enabling research discovery and boosting workflows
Make decisions with confidence by optimizing the monitoring and administration of research
Why Research Intelligence?
Today's research ecosystem is both highly competitive and collaborative. To succeed, you need information that supports strategic decision making so that your research can flourish, advance society and drive economic growth.
Generate these insights with Research Intelligence solutions, including SciVal, Scopus and Pure. They provide quality, structured data, advanced analytics, and an array of indicators and metrics that help you achieve your strategic research goals.
The visualizations and research impact analysis supplied by Professor Mischo and the Grainger Engineering Library team have been very helpful to understand productivity, budding collaborations and impact of the research at the CCIL.
— Professor Rohit Bhargava, The Cancer Center at Illinois, USA
Institutions around the world share your challenges, from strategic planning to measuring impact. Over 6,000 are using Research Intelligence solutions for data and information to tackle issues their researchers are facing.
- University of Surrey uses SciVal to increase collaboration
- National Cheng Kung University uses Research Intelligence solutions to create an innovative research environment
- Herzen University uses Scopus to develop enhanced reporting and decision-making tools
- Arizona State University uses SciVal to analyze publications and find experts to build research teams
Visit the Resource Library for a full listing of Research Intelligence resources from fact sheets to reports.
Partnering for Progress
Your challenges are our roadmap: we continually develop and expand our tools to help you reach your institution’s research goals. We base these enhancements on the latest knowledge and insights, which we build with valuable feedback from you – our users.
Every year Elsevier is involved in more than 60 research collaborations and internal research projects. For details on these and more research collaborations, please visit Our partnerships in research.