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KNOWMAK, interface to RISIS data. A RISIS Policy meeting

On 19th December 2019, the Club of associated research organisations (Clora) of Brussels will host the second policymakers’ Session of RISIS project. During the session, Benedetto Lepori, from Università della Svizzera Italiana and Thomas Scherngell, from Austrian Institute of Technology, will describe The RISIS-KNOWMAK tool as an interface to RISIS integrated data. KNOWMAK is an interactive  tool  allows  for  easy  navigation  and  visualization  of  RISIS indicators across regions, actors and topics, as well as to download…

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Fast growing mid-sized firms in Europe: Presentations are now available

RISIS project has recently organised the first Policymakers’ Session, that took place on October 24th 2019 and was hosted by Clora (Club des Organismes de Recherche Associés), in Brussels. The meeting, titled “Fast growing mid-sized firms in Europe. Evidence from the RISIS-Cheetah database” has explored European mid-size firms from RISIS Cheetah data. Presentation material is now available on RISIS-Zenodo community space.   The introduction set the context of Cheetah dataset and Cheetah firms: fast-growing firms…

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European fast growing mid-sized firms: a policy meeting by RISIS project

On 24 October 2019, the Club of associated research organisations (Clora) of Brussels will host the first RISIS Policymakers' Session. The European Research Infrastructure for Science, technology and Innovation policy Studies (RISIS) will focus on European mid-size firms, with a half-day presentation and discussion around evidence from RISIS Cheetah data. Massimiliano Guerini, representative of Politecnico di Milano (Polimi) in RISIS project and Cheetah access manager and Roberto Camerani, Research Fellow at Science Policy Research Unit…

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US vs European universities, behind rankings

All of us, at least once in life, we have heard about “best universities”, both in Europe, and around the world. Yet, define excellence is not a simple job. Researchers of USI (Università della Svizzera italiana) in collaboration with University of Turin, have shown a strong relationship between university revenues and their volume of publications and citations, sweeping away some conceptions on university rankings. The study is now accepted for publication on PlosOne. To help…

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CWTS, core dataset on publications

Publications, daily bread of researchers. To study, consult, or share information, publication databases are populated every single day. And what about RISIS core dataset on publications? “The dataset is called CWTS publications, and previously it was referred to as Leiden Ranking dataset. Initially it was introduced in RISIS as a dataset with key bibliometric statistics for the most prominent universities. Later on, this (aggregate) dataset was rather an entry to the detailed info at publication…

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