Using SciVal to map UN SDG research at University of Southern Denmark

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Maeva Vignes, Funding Advisor, University of Southern Denmark (SDU) and Chris James, SciVal Senior Product Manager

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In 2015, the world’s heads of state and governments adopted an unprecedentedly ambitious and transformative development agenda, designed to promote a more sustainable development for both humans and the planet we inhabit, towards 2030. On the basis of its research, education and community engagement, SDU wishes to contribute to all of UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDG Research Areas in SciVal are helpful for researchers and research managers to identify areas of strength and foster collaboration on research supporting the progress towards the SDGs. SDU also works independently with mapping of research to SDG’s and is exploring the limits of the SciVal definitions and ways to improve the identification of SDG related research and facilitate its dissemination in society to solve the global challenges we are facing.

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