Navigation Links
SciVal Spotlight Gaining Momentum Across the Globe as More Universities Seek Multidisciplinary View of Research Performance
Date:12/8/2009

AMSTERDAM, December 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ --

- Multiple Leading Institutions Purchase New Strategic Decision-Support Tool

Elsevier, a world-leading publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced that several universities have purchased its new SciVal Spotlight tool. The institutions, including National Chiao Tung University (Taiwan), St. Petersburg University (Russia), University of Stellenbosch (South Africa) and the University of Vigo (Spain), will use the tool to analyze current output in order to enhance their near and long term research strategies.

SciVal Spotlight is a customizable web-based tool that offers institutions a multidisciplinary perspective of research performance. Using an innovative visualization technique, the tool produces customized maps that provide graphical views of an institution's research output over time and across scientific fields, focusing on specific topical areas.

"We've selected SciVal Spotlight to help us understand our competitive strengths as well as assist us in making the best possible investments for our university," said Chain-Shu Hsu, Vice President of National Chiao Tung University. "We are excited about the tailored insight the tool can offer and its ability to give us a better understanding of our position in the global research landscape."

"By pinpointing a university's topical strengths and identifying leading researchers and institutions in each area, SciVal Spotlight is designed to help academic decision-makers optimize funding allocations and enhance hiring and collaboration decisions," said Helen de Mooij, Academic & Government Products Group, Elsevier. "We are pleased at the interest we are seeing in the market as universities recognize the value the tool can offer in evaluating, establishing and executing research strategies."


'/>"/>
SOURCE Elsevier
Copyright©2009 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3

Related biology technology :

1. PharmaTelevision Turns the Media Spotlight Upon BIO-Europe
2. Edmond Scientific Company Spotlight on the Executive:
3. Safer nanoparticles spotlight tumors, deliver drugs
4. TIBCO Spotfire Puts the Spotlight on Screening at InfoTech for Pharma and Biotech
5. Guided Surgery Technology Gaining Popularity in the Dental Implant Market
6. InsiteResearch Market Momentum Continues to Accelerate
7. NEW Momentum(TM) Physician and Staff Scheduling Software for Imaging Centers, OB/GYN, and Other Specialty Practices Improves Productivity and Equity in Scheduling
8. The Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse Starts 2009 With Investment Momentum
9. Secretropin(R) - Effective, Preferable, Affordable as an Alternative to Injectable Growth Hormone - Gains Momentum
10. Advanced Health Media Named to 2009 InformationWeek 500 List of Top Technology Innovators Across America
11. EFT BioTech Holdings, Inc.s Sea Vessel Completes Inaugural Passenger Voyage Across the Taiwan Strait
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:7/10/2014)... 17, 2014 Using microscopic polymer light resonators ... researchers at MIT,s Quantum Photonics Laboratory have developed ... the parts-per-billion range. Optical sensors are ideal for ... signal-to-noise ratio, compact, lightweight nature, and immunity to ... had been developed before, the MIT team conceived ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... observed the fractional quantum Hall effect in bilayer graphene ... be tuned by an electric field. , The ... confined to thin sheets are exposed to large magnetic ... thousands of individual electrons behave as a single system. ... well established, many details of this collective behavior remain ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... have shelled out for crude 3-D glasses, polarized ... experience. These basic devices, used to trick the ... soon be rendered obsolete with the introduction of ... researchers. , TAU doctoral students Yuval Yifat, Michal ... holography based on nanoantennas that could be used ...
(Date:1/15/2014)... an approach akin to assembling a club sandwich ... Technology (NIST) researchers have succeeded in crafting a ... flammability of foam commonly used in upholstered furniture ... the nanotube-coated polyurethane foam was reduced 35 percent ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Swell new sensors 2Columbia researchers observe tunable quantum behavior in bilayer graphene 2Columbia researchers observe tunable quantum behavior in bilayer graphene 3Projecting a 3-dimensional future 2Projecting a 3-dimensional future 3Layered security: Carbon nanotubes promise improved flame-resistant coating 2
... 28 Cylene Pharmaceuticals has appointed,Dr. Kenna Anderes ... 17 years,of life sciences research experience with a ... President of Cancer Biology. With Cylene,s,most advanced compound, ... will be leading Cylene,s biology and pre-clinical research,teams ...
... - Oncothyreon Inc. (the,"Company") (Nasdaq: ONTY ) ... innovative therapeutic products for the treatment of,cancer, today ... plans,and corporate objectives for 2008. Oncothyreon is developing ... the potential to,improve the lives and outcomes of ...
... MNKD ), focused on discovering, developing and,commercializing treatments ... at the Wachovia Healthcare Conference on January 30, 2008 ... MA., Interested parties can access a link to ... Relations section of the Company,s website at, http://www.mannkindcorp.com . ...
Cached Biology Technology:Cylene Pharmaceuticals Appoints Kenna Anderes, Ph.D. as Vice President of Cancer Biology 2Oncothyreon highlights corporate and clinical objectives for 2008 2Oncothyreon highlights corporate and clinical objectives for 2008 3Oncothyreon highlights corporate and clinical objectives for 2008 4Oncothyreon highlights corporate and clinical objectives for 2008 5
(Date:7/10/2014)... 2014 Amyloid diseases, such as Alzheimer,s disease, ... all share the common trait that proteins aggregate ... in vitro studies have found that neither the ... very toxic. New evidence using two-dimensional infrared (2D ... the amylin aggregation pathway that may explain toxicity, ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... (July 10, 2014) New research from The University ... that It,s Your GameKeep it Real (IYG), a health ... healthy dating relationships, can significantly reduce dating violence behaviors ... Disease Control and Prevention, 10 percent of high school ... studies suggest that more than 20 percent are victims ...
(Date:7/10/2014)... NOAA and its research partners predict that western Lake ... toxic blue-green algae, during the 2014 bloom season in ... be smaller than last year,s intense bloom, and considerably ... will vary across the lake,s western basin and are ... how far it spreads. , Harmful algal blooms ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):New technology reveals insights into mechanisms underlying amyloid diseases 2It's Your Game ... Keep It Real reduces dating violence among minority youth 2NOAA, partners predict significant harmful algal bloom in western Lake Erie this summer 2NOAA, partners predict significant harmful algal bloom in western Lake Erie this summer 3
... MABrown seems to be the color of choice when it comes to ... while its counterpart, white fat stores it. The danger in white fat ... poses, seems especially linked to visceral fat. Visceral fat is the build-up ... in the battle against obesity, brown fat appears to be our friend ...
... This release is available in German . ... plant species develop special strategies. These differ in part considerably ... Ingolf Khn and Dr. Sonja Knapp of the Helmholtz Centre ... published in the current issue of the scientific journal ...
... NOAA scientists and their colleagues have discovered a biological ... mammals that shows when they have been repeatedly exposed ... toxic at high levels. While little is ... marine animals or humans, high-level exposure through eating contaminated ...
Cached Biology News:A new candidate pathway for treating visceral obesity 2Different recipes for success in the world of plants 2Different recipes for success in the world of plants 3NOAA discovers way to detect low-level exposure to seafood toxin in marine animals 2
Monoclonal antibodies conjugated with rhodamine...
... p- methoxyhydrocinnamamido)-3′-deoxy-N,N-dimethyladenosine, 2HCl White ... Protein synthesis inhibitor. Inhibits translation by ... chains. Induces DNA fragmentation in thymocytes ... Purity: ≥98% by TLC. ...
Mouse monoclonal antibody to PPP2R2C - protein phosphatase 2 (formerly 2A), regulatory subunit B (PR 52), gamma isoform...
...
Biology Products: