Research-based institutions are in the knowledge business. They generate, process and store knowledge. They innovate, apply and disseminate. They produce the people who move across the economy enabling other organisations to exploit knowledge for economic and social benefit. Knowledge is the currency of research: it flows and accumulates, and institutions and individuals gain by displaying their Wealth of Knowledge.
Here are some case studies showing the different ways in which universities gather, disseminate and reuse their knowledge based on the rich data captured within Elements.
Based in North Carolina, USA, Duke is ranked one of the top universities in the world with a large number of research staff.read the study
University of Auckland
New Zealand’s largest and leading research institution founded in 1883, with six campuses spread throughout Auckland.read the study
Liverpool John Moores University
Originally founded as a small mechanics institution in 1823, LJMU is now a celebrated modern university, creating international partnerships and facilitating world-leading research and collaboration.Read the study
University of California
A collection of 10 public, world-leading research institutions who have been early adopters of Open Access.read the study
University College London
Founded in 1826 to open up university education to all, UCL is the top-rated university in the UK for research strength.read the study
The University of Liverpool
Committed to the “advancement of learning and ennoblement of life since 1881”, the University of Liverpool is a connected, global University at the forefront of knowledge leadership.Read the study