The global scientific community benefits from having a diverse range of perspectives. As such, Russia is working to make its research more visible. In the same way, science in Russia benefits from a diverse range of global collaborators. The willingness of Russian universities to expand these collaborations and foster the excellence of Russian research is supported by the Russian Ministry of Education and Science. Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU) is among such universities.
The aim of this webinar to showcase how TPU uses Pure to make university’s research more globally visible and what the impact of the TPU Portal has been.
In this session, Dr. Falkovich will cover:
1)Why TPU research management counts on PURE as it’s research information management system
2)How has international visibility for TPU research improved since the TPU Pure Portal was launched in September 2015 The statistics of Portal visibility as well as case studies of collaborations started with the help of Pure.
This webinar will be helpful for the universities of Western Europe and the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) that have the same challenges and a similar economic and historical background.
Ready access to research data is a cornerstone for success in science. Researchers need to keep track of their data & improve its impact through increased re-use. Universities want to eliminate re-work, showcase research outputs & improve collaboration inside and outside to drive research performance. These needs become more urgent as international funding bodies revise their policies to encourage, or even mandate, institutions and their researchers to make research data available.
In this webinar we will introduce Mendeley Data, a platform designed to facilitate the comprehensive utilization of data. Consisting of five modules, this open, cloud-based platform helps research institutions to manage the entire life-cycle of research data, and enables researchers to safely access and share information wherever they are.
Pure, as one of the leading CRIS (or research information management RIM) systems, has facilitated the emergence of exciting opportunities for research organisations to transform their support for researchers, with many research libraries taking an increasingly important role. Broadly defined, RIM is the aggregation, curation, and utilization of information about institutional research activities, and as such, intersects with many aspects of traditional library services in discovery, acquisition, dissemination, and analysis of scholarly activities.
OCLC Research has been working with members of its international OCLC Research Library Partnership, including the University of St Andrews in Scotland, on a publication to help libraries and other institutional stakeholders to understand developing RIM practices and, in particular, their relevance for service and staff development purposes.
In this presentation, we will provide an overview of the OCLC position paper and provide a case study from the University of St Andrews.
The University of Manchester, a member of the UK's Russell Group, implemented Pure in April 2016 and this presentation discusses implementation from the library’s point of view.
In this presentation Scott Taylor, Research Services Librarian, will describe some of the opportunities and challenges that Pure has presented to the University of Manchester Library’s Research Services Division as they aim to achieve the strategic objective of supporting world class research at the University of Manchester.
As the University’s central store of research related data, Pure now underpins most of the Library’s research services across the key activity channels of Open Research, Impact, Identifiers, and Data Stewardship.
This presentation will describe how Pure:
• provides richer analytics enabling new insights into the University’s publication profile
• enables the team to manage the institutional mandate for all researchers to have and provide an ORCID ID
• allows the library to better track the online attention to outputs through the integration with Pure
Scott will also discuss some of the new working relationships across campus that the library has created following the implementation of Pure as well as some of the challenges, including: learning the underlying data model of a new system; getting to grips with some of its features such as the reporting module; and tracking and reporting Open Access funder requirements to a range of stakeholders with differing requirements.
Clinical trial enrollment and site initiation is often hindered by cumbersome onboarding paperwork, delaying clinical research and R&D investments. The good news? Cedars-Sinai's Research Manager, Jenny Lester, and Associate Director, Therica Miller have solved the issue by going digital, leading to accelerated processes and greater compliance with regulations like 21 CFR Part 11.
Watch this on-demand webinar now and learn how to:
-Overcome challenges in clinical site initiation & maintenance
-Implement a pilot to test effectiveness of new digital processes
-Identify and activate use cases for digital investment
Scopus is considered the Gold Standard for research assessment and evaluation purposes by 4,500+ universities and 150+ leading research organizations worldwide. Join as us we discuss the richness of Scopus data and the value it provides for data-driven insight.Read more >
From the outset of the first creative idea to the live advertisement, there are a lot of decisions that can send the creative on a path for success, or on a path to a dead end. Consumer feedback is largely the best way to make sure your creative is successful when it goes to market. However, without the proper execution of your research strategy, you still risk ending up with final creative that’s not compelling to your target audience.
Watch this complementary webinar to:
-Learn best practices for setting your creative up to succeed.
-Explore common pitfalls of creative research and three tips to avoid them.
-Hear real examples of creative research challenges, and their outcomes.
If you are a researcher, a department dean at a prestigious university or a librarian looking for research tools to help researcher and faculty members save time and create new research faster; you won't want to miss this informative webcast. We invite you to join us on May 22 at 11:00a.m. EDT for our live webcast.
With research influencing accreditation policies and overall student engagement, now is the time to accelerate your institution's data management plan. When it comes to managing scholarly research, there's a lot that goes into data collection, preservation, and idea sharing.
Early-Stage Scholarly Research Gets Your Institution in the Spotlight: an introduction to early-stage scholarly research and the value of showcasing your researchers' fundamental ideas, concepts, working papers, in an open-sharing environment while increasing readership of your institution's and/or department's overall community engagement.
You'll be pleased you tuned-in!
This presentation will discuss NIHR Clinical Research Network support for Biosimilar clinical trials. It begins with a background to biosimilars and the changing landscape in their drug development and regulatory pathways. It then focuses on the opportunities that the NHS via the NIHR CRNs can engage in biosimilar clinical trials across therapeutic indications.Read more >
Learn about Research Metrics and how to use them responsibly and effectively throughout your academic career. In this session you will learn about ORCID, the H-index and journal metrics including CiteScore and Impact Factor. Our speaker discusses how research metrics can help you chose a publication for your research and how you can use them to help promote your own research.Read more >
The truth about delivering clinical research in the UK
- Are you looking to deliver your research within Europe?
- Need multiple, reliable sites?
- Do you want to know why you should come to the UK?
In the past the UK’s reputation for delivering clinical research was questionable. But that’s all changed. Over the last six years the research landscape here has changed dramatically allowing us to make great strides in delivering research for the life-sciences industry. So whether you’re a small CRO, a medium med tech, or a pharma giant - we can help you.
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network* (see below) is hosting a live webinar which will explode common myths around the UK’s ability to deliver commercial clinical research. This session will be hosted by Matt Cooper, Life-sciences Development Director. It will include performance data that will demonstrate why the UK should be your first choice for clinical research. You can find out:
- How much the UK’s market volume of commercial contract research (supported by the NIHR CRN) has changed
- What percentage of the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) is actively delivering commercial contract research studies (with support from the NIHR CRN)
- On average how many days it takes for NHS sites to get regulatory approval for research to take place (with NIHR CRN support)
- What percentage of commercial contract studies (supported by the NIHR CRN) are delivered to time and target
- How we are keeping clinical research in the public eye
- How the UK is sharpening its competitive edge by achieving more and more key first global patient milestones
This webinar is designed for the NHS research community. Join NIHR Clinical Research Network Research Delivery Director Dr Clare Morgan and HRA Chief Executive Janet Wisely, to explore the new HRA Approval process, its implementation and how the organisations are working together to improve the clinical research environment.Read more >
As SD-WAN moves from early adopters to the mass market, there are a distinct set of use cases that stand out among the rest. IDC Analyst will share research insights on these major use cases and what enterprises should expect from SD-WAN in the next 12 to 24 months.Read more >
The Health Service Journal Clinical Research Impact award winner, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, has created an inclusive research network which has given the public, patients, carers and staff the opportunity to learn about and get involved with research in their community.
Find out why Sussex Partnership were determined to make clinical research everyone’s business and how they implemented their new initiatives.
This session shares best practice and is aimed at NHS Trusts/primary care practices.
•Is your company seeking to enter the clinical trial process?
•Do you need expert advice on setting up a study?
•Would you like help developing your protocol for the NHS environment?
Supporting high-quality commercial contract clinical research across all therapeutic areas is a high priority for the National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Network – the research delivery arm of the NHS.
We support the full spectrum of commercial clinical research including medical technology, device and diagnostic studies in addition to pharmaceutical products. We have dedicated research support staff and services to assist with study delivery at site level. This infrastructure provides you with unparalleled access to, and understanding of, the NHS research environment.
As well as helping you to navigate the NHS, we offer a range of practical services that can be tailored to your needs and are designed to help you set-up and deliver commercial research studies to time and target, whatever their size, design or therapeutic area. These include:
•Feasibility; early feedback during protocol development, site intelligence and site identification
•Commercial costing templates to expedite cost negotiations
•Streamlined processes for gaining NHS permissions
•Model agreements for faster contracting
•Study management and delivery by our dedicated GCP-trained research workforce
If you would you like to know more about our services you can join our live webinar hosted by Matt Cooper, Business Development and Marketing Director. This live online event will include a 30 minute presentation followed by an opportunity to ask questions.
Join RWS IP Research COO, Peter Vanderheyden, for a live webinar on how crowdsourcing your prior art can serve as a best practice for your IP research. What was once a novel and uncertain methodology has been reliably used to kill bad patents in litigation, monetize patent portfolios and even provide competitive analyses. In 40 minutes, we will discuss:
•Why crowdsourcing is particularly suited for infringement cases, monetization efforts and even competitive intelligence;
•A walk through of results illustrative of a crowdsourced search;
•How RWS uniquely approaches the crowdsourcing process for purposes of finding prior art;
•How technology plays a role and the advantage of our AOP Connect™ platform;
•How crowdsourcing can help you to efficiently and effectively manage discovery risk and confidentiality;
Many asset managers follow a high quality growth style, but what sets the Vontobel Quality Growth Boutique apart? We have spent decades building our team and distinct investment approach. Director of Research Igor Krutov discusses the philosophy and mechanics behind our process.Read more >
Watch this EMC webcast and discover how Clinical Research Information Platform is a key aspect in making all patient information available to researchers and clinicians.
Learn how a resilient Clinical Research Information Platform is a key aspect in making all patient information available to researchers and clinicians. Better leveraging the insights coming from new data as genomics and through a wider use of big data and analytics, the platform helps improving clinical trials outcomes making personalized medicine affordable and effective at scale. IDC Health Insights EMEA Senior Research Manager Silvia Piai and Michael Graetz, VP of Healthcare Sales EMEA at EMC will discuss about a recent European study on the needs and opportunities of convergence between Healthcare institutions, Research Centers and life science organization.
PlumX Metrics will soon become the primary source of article-level metrics on Scopus. As Plum Analytics’ comprehensive, item-level Metrics, PlumX Metrics provide insights into the ways people interact with individual pieces of research output (articles, conference proceedings, book chapters and many more) in the online environment.Read more >
Funding is a major priority for virtually all research institutions. However, securing funding is a time-consuming and increasingly competitive process. To succeed, you need to gain insight into the complex funding landscape, discover relevant opportunities, and make informed decisions.
North American viewers of this webinar are eligible to receive a 14-day trial of Funding Institutional
Join this Bright Talk Webinar to learn how Funding Institutional can help you overcome the following challenges:
•Increasing your school’s funding win rate at a time when submission success rates at government funding bodies is extremely low
•Identifying the best funding opportunities for your school based on up-to-date grant information and insight into what research has already been funded
•Increase efficiency in funding activity management when complex, collaborative and cross-disciplinary teams are becoming commonplace
How collaborative is research at your institution? Who are your strongest internal and external partners? Attend this webinar to learn how to use dashboards in Pure to answer these questions and more. This session will feature a walkthrough of Pure’s dashboard functionality (part of the reporting module) and will take you step-by-step through building a dashboard you can use to track progress towards institutional or departmental goals.
What you’ll learn:
•Setting Up Roles and Rights for Dashboards
•Creating a Dashboard
•Using Snowball Indicators
According to the latest open source security research report from WhiteSource, “The State of Open Source Vulnerabilities Management” for 2018, almost 97% of developers rely upon open source components in order to develop their applications nowadays. But with the recent spike in disclosed open source vulnerabilities, the question arises whether security and development teams have the right strategy in place in order to meet their security objectives?
Join Scott Crawford, Research Director of Information Security at 451 Research, and Rami Elron, Senior Director of Product Management at WhiteSource, as they discuss:
- the current state of Open Source Security
- the challenges faced by security and development teams when handling open source vulnerabilities; and
- how Open Source Security strategies need to be stepped up with the latest next-gen technology for management and prioritization
Experts in the Research Office of Queen’s University Belfast present their experience in using a variety of research metrics to benchmark QUB against their peers. The webinar outlines how QUB developed a three-year citation programme in collaboration with Elsevier, and will focus on the following:
•Understanding of bibliometric indicator methodology
•Analyzing QUB’s performance vs peer institutions
•Undertaking a ‘deep dive’ analysis of select, voluntary schools
•Creating an action plan for enhancing citation impact
Please join us and apply QUB’s learnings to the development of your own institution’s research management strategy.
See how Workbooks CRM helps Law Business Research (LBR) improve their business processes - CRM for Media & PublishingRead more >
The Factor Research Quarterly webinar series is designed to share our most recent insights into the current state of equity factors. Whether it’s referred to as smart beta, factor premiums, systematic alpha, or Northern Trust’s own Engineered Equity; factor-based investing is the new paradigm in equity investing and an essential topic for sophisticated investors.
In this webinar you'll hear from:
Mark C. Sodergren, CFA, Senior Portfolio Manager, Quantitative Equity;
Michael Hunstad, Ph.D., Director, Quantitative Research