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Group identity: What makes us ‘us’? [White paper]

What defines our emotional response to the COVID-19 pandemic? We discuss a new area of research gaining significant interest worldwide. Download our new white paper for more information, and learn how a similar analysis can inform horizon scanning, funding focus and more.   COVID-19 has changed the way we live. We’ve been forced inside, isolated […]

Demonstrating real-world outcomes and the future of research evaluation [Podcast]

Tune in to learn the current challenges facing research evaluators and to discover best practices and new tools for measuring real-world outcomes of research.   Research evaluation has taken a new direction in recent years. There’s been a shift in focus from research quality to research delivery, and this has brought new challenges for all […]

Meeting researchers at their point of need to accelerate discovery [Podcast]

Tune in to learn how discovery platforms can best meet the needs of researchers during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Improving the researcher experience is crucial to accelerating output and impact. However, researchers’ needs and pain points are changing right across the research workflow. In this episode of our Future of Research podcast, we discuss […]

The changing nature of international collaboration [Podcast]

Tune in to learn how traditional and newly formed patterns of global collaboration play out in research, and about the tools available to uncover new cross-disciplinary opportunities.    Collaboration has changed significantly over the last 30 to 40 years. Air travel, international meetings and the internet have all played a role alongside other geopolitical, historical […]

How open science is transforming the future of research [Podcast]

Open research is a complex and rapidly evolving global movement. It has proven to be a springboard for ongoing research, discovery and innovation, but it has also led to challenges for researchers, librarians and publishers alike. Here to talk us through open research and the tools designed to help in this space is Dr. Nandita […]

Fast-Breaking Papers: The development of metallic hydrogen

The article “Observation of the Wigner-Huntington Transition to Metallic Hydrogen” (Science 355 [6326]: 715-718, 17 February 2017) was recently named a Fast-Breaking Paper for Physics in Essential Science Indicators from Clarivate Analytics. Currently in Essential Science Indicators, this paper holds Highly Cited Paper status. In the Web of Science, it shows 42 citations. Below, co-author Isaac Silvera talks […]

Marine microalgae and evolutionary adaptation to environmental changes

The article “Evolutionary genomics of the cold-adapted diatom Fragilariopsis cylindrus” (Nature 541 [7638]: 26 January 2017), was recently named a Fast-Breaking Paper for Biology & Biochemistry in Essential Science Indicators from Clarivate Analytics and featured on our Science Research Connect blog here. The paper now has 22 citations in the Web of Science Core Collection. […]

A fractional derivative for modeling real-world problems

The article “On the new fractional derivative and application to nonlinear Fisher’s reaction-diffusion equation” (Appl. Math. Comput. 273: 948-956, 15 January 2016), was recently named a New Hot Paper for Mathematics in Essential Science Indicators from Clarivate Analytics and is featured on our Science Research Connect blog here. The paper currently has 80 citations in […]

Martin Hagger on the Ego-Depletion Effect

The article “A Multilab Preregistered Replication of the Ego-Depletion Effect” (Perspect. Psychol. Sci. 11 [4] 546-573. July 2016), was recently named a New Hot Paper for Psychiatry & Psychology in Essential Science Indicators from Clarivate Analytics and featured on our Science Research Connect blog here. Currently, this paper has 85 citations in the Web of […]