Geofacets empowers geoscience researchers and students
Research and education are the cornerstones of the world’s best academic institutions, where publishing innovative ideas and producing successful, well-informed students are key objectives.
Today, there is a lot of pressure to produce high-impact research fast. Yet researchers and students often rely on time-consuming approaches for finding and formatting geoscience information and data. With over 1.5 million maps, figures and tables on a spatial platform, Geofacets quickly empowers users to find the insights they need. Content is actionable and can be integrated into analysis and presentation software, informing research to support publishing goals and saving time.
Who uses Geofacets?
Researchers use Geofacets to support publishing goals. Geofacets can be used to efficiently get up to speed on geoscience topics across multiple disciplines, compare hypotheses to insights from scientific publications and find inspiration for research.
Students use Geofacets to fill in knowledge gaps on regions or topics, and find insights for research papers that may have otherwise been buried in publications.
Professors use Geofacets to instill best practice research principles in the next generation of geoscientists, prepare students for real-world careers and perform hands-on analysis in the classroom.
Geofacets is a really great tool for
researchers to find inspiration.
Read this case study from ETH Zurich
(PDF, 2.6 MB)
I estimate I saved 50% of my research
time using Geofacets.
Why invest in Geofacets?
Geofacets makes it easier and faster for Earth Science departments to research, publish and educate. Geofacets accelerates researchers' workflow so they can work faster and smarter while helping support and enhance publishing output by quickly providing information and data for scientific backup. It also facilitates hands-on analysis in the classroom so students gain deeper understanding of core and specialized subject area principles.
Download the Geofacets for Academic Brochure (PDF, 2.1 MB)