Cheetah is a database featuring geographical, industry and accounting information on three cohorts of mid-sized firms that experienced fast growth during the periods 2008-2011, 2009-2012 and 2010-2013. It includes 42,369 mid-sized firms located in 30 European countries and Israel.
The CWTS publication database is a full copy of Web of Science (WoS) dedicated to bibliometric analyses. The database enables output and (scientific) impact analyses of any set of publications covered by WoS, using state of the art methods.
ESID is a comprehensive and authoritative source of information on social innovation projects and actors in Europe and beyond. The ESID database contains two sets of datasets, one being the subset of the other. The full dataset comprises of 9577 social innovation projects in total. For these projects, ESID contains a title, type of social innovation with scores, summary, location and topic.
EUPRO is a unique dataset providing systematic and standardized information on R&D projects, participants and resulting networks of the EU FP, starting from FP1, and integrating H2020 (until 2016), and other European funding instruments, COST and selected Joint Technology Initiatives (JTIs).
The ISI-Trademark Data Collection (ISI-TM) provides detailed information on trademarks filed at the EUIPO since 1996 and at the USPTO since early 19th century onwards. The data provided are the trademark number, applicant and representative information, several relevant dates application, registration, trademark type, the language of the trademark, information on opposition and information on relevant classifications.
JoREP is a unique database on European trans-national joint R&D programmes and a basic set of descriptors of agencies participating to the programmes. The current version 2.0 covers data for the period 2000-2014, with a specific focus on 2013 and 2014 - assumed as reference years.
MORE is the most comprehensive empirical study of researcher mobility available. The 'facility' is composed of three independent waves of extensive, Europe-wide surveys in this family (MORE1, MORE2 and MORE3). It provides a unique lens on mobility patterns and career paths in Europe, including measures of flows of international mobility and of factors that influence mobility.
Nano collects publications and patents between 1991 and 2011 about Nano S&T. One central characteristics of emerging S&T is that they do not correspond to pre-existing categorisations and require the elaboration of semantic based queries.
ProFile is a longitudinal study focusing on the situation of doctoral candidates from all scientific disciplines and their postdoctoral professional careers, with information on the conditions of their doctoral training. The study started in 2009 and continued until 2017 with the successor study Nacaps.
RISIS Patent offers an enriched and cleaned version of the PATSTAT database, a database of all patent offices produced by the European patent office (EPO). Services currently offered: geocoding addresses to follow the dynamics of invention, accounting of artificial patents, recognition of individuals being legal persons in patent owners.
RISIS-ETER represents an extension of the Tertiary Education Register database. RISIS-ETER provides an environment for enriching ETER with additional data on additional variables from other RISIS datasets, particularly concerning research output (EU-FP participations from EUPRO, scientific publications from CWTS publications database, patents from RISIS Patent).
Science and Innovation Policy Evaluations Repository (SIPER) is a rich and unique database and knowledge source of science and innovation policy evaluations worldwide. SIPER provides on-line access to STI evaluation reports as well as data on the underlying policy measures at a single location.
VICO contains geographical, industry and accounting information on start-ups that received at least one venture capital investment in the period 1998-2014. Start-ups have been incorporated from 1988 onwards in 7 European countries (Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK) and Israel. It also provides information on venture capital investment deals and investors.
EFIL – European dataset of public R&D funding instruments aims at enabling users to investigate public R&D funding in Europe at the level of project funding instruments and Research Funding Organizations (RFO), addressing questions related to policy design and policy implementation.