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Topic modelling of grant applications, unveiling an innovative and richer understanding of the research activity in these disciplines.
Number of patent applications per million residents versus the number of scientific or technical article publications per million residents.
Why you should use them, and how to do it well.
The number of researchers in upper and lower middle-income countries has doubled between 2002 and 2014.
Two scientists set out to animate how sperm moves. They ended up making a major discovery.
Organization and presentation of visual information in the scientific literature.
An overview of the type of research that has been published since launch of Wellcome Open Research.
Mapping research funding in Switzerland
Understanding the research dynamics preceding the emergence of new areas.
F1000 is reducing the open access publishing charges for all articles containing an interactive Plotly figure by 50%.
Constructive criticism of the graphics of climate science.
Ignored, Scorned…Vindicated. The maverick scientists whose heretical ideas were ultimately proven correct.
Dance your Ph.D. for prizes and nerd fame -- entries due September 29
The Nature Index tracks the affiliations of high-quality scientific articles. The infographic indicates patterns of international collaboration captured by the Nature Index.
Open Knowledge Maps is a visualization tool for researchers that allows them to view groupings of manuscripts that share common words when searching for a new research topic
Scientific American graphic about slumbering research papers wakes up for an award.
While the US accounts for 75% of global digital health deal share, deal flow to international startups continues to climb.
These are the 2017 winners of the Vizzies Challenge.
Monitoring top EU based R&D investing companies benchmarking them with top investors located in other parts of the world.
Scientific research remains male-dominated—but women are catching up.