Web Of Science

Get the insights you need to support coronavirus (COVID-19) research

Access the world’s leading research and late-breaking news on coronavirus (COVID-19). A global health emergency can occur without warning, as we are currently experiencing with the rapidly-spreading coronavirus outbreak. As scientists attempt to develop vaccines and treatments as quickly as possible to meet the increasing needs of those affected, medical researchers and healthcare professionals are […]

Third Innovation Forum: Driving innovation through academic and industry partnerships

Organizing its third Innovation Forum in Bangkok, Thailand on November 1, 2019, Clarivate Analytics brought together more than 70 C-level and senior executives from the academic, industry and government sectors. Attendees watching the “Lifecycle of Innovation” video, from Clarivate Analytics. Photo courtesy of Clarivate Analytics.   The primary goal of this full-day event was to […]

Working at the Web of Science Group

Marko Zovko from the Web of Science Group, a Clarivate Analytics company, talks about life as a busy account manager in the European sales team Marko joined Clarivate five and a half years ago. He is based in the London office and originally joined as a Regional Sales Associate. He has since risen to the […]

Spotlight: Highly Cited Researcher Jane Elith

Ranking in the top 1% by citations for field and publication year in Web of Science, Highly Cited Researchers are leading the way in solving the world’s biggest challenges. But what makes them tick? As we prepare to announce the list of Highly Cited Researchers 2019, and as part of our series getting to know […]

CrossRef Board Elections: Vote Dr Nandita Quaderi 

If you are a voting member of Crossref your ‘voting contact’ should have received an email in late September with information on how to select your preferred candidate for the 2019 Board. There are seven candidates standing for five seats.   Below, Dr Quaderi explains why she should be elected to the CrossRef Board.   My background […]

Researchers of Nobel class: Citation Laureates 2019

On October 7, 2019, the Nobel Assembly will vote to confer science’s highest honor and announce the first of the 2019 Nobel Prizes. While this annual rite inspires worldwide speculation about possible recipients, the Web of Science Group has, since 2002, brought special insight into identifying researchers likely to receive Nobel recognition. In selecting these […]

Eight Ways (and More) To Find and Access Research Papers

This blog is part of our Research Smarter series. You’ll discover the various search engines, databases and data repositories to help you along the way. Click on any of the following links for in an in-depth look at how to find relevant research papers, journals, and authors for your next project using the Web of […]

New from the Institute for Scientific Information: Beyond single-point metrics

In the complex matter of assessing research and researchers, simple metrics have their place. For example, when used advisedly in properly limited and matched comparisons, the h-index measurement – which specifies the convergence point of an author’s productivity and citation impact – can identify influential researchers in a precisely defined field. Similarly, the Journal Impact […]