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Dr Lisa Colledge, Director of Research Metrics, Elsevier

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Horizon scanning: Future challenges and opportunities – developing a road map

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Dr Lisa Colledge, Director of Research Metrics, Elsevier

  1. 1. | 1 Horizon scanning: ‘Future challenges and opportunities – developing a road map’ December 2014
  2. 2. | 2 Introducing your moderator… • Dr Lisa Colledge • Education - MA Biochemistry, DPhil Immunology from Oxford - Post-doc at Edinburgh - A few publications • Experience - Elsevier since 2002 - Publishing - Academic Relations – reports for Editors - Research Management product - Snowball Metrics • Now Director of Research Metrics • British but live in Amsterdam
  3. 3. | 3 We take a consultative approach to help answer the challenges research institutions face MD Anderson Keio University Kiel University Danish BFI Germany IFQ Gazi University Queen’s University Belfast Ural Federal University CAPES Brazil Nanyang Technological University UK BIS ERA 2012 UK REF Nigerian Government ISTIC Peking University ECSAC-Korea OECD FCT Portugal Italy ANVUR IISER STINT Michigan Corporate Relations Network ReachNC Russian Foundation of Basic Research ECSAC-Thailand Brain Research Study Africa World Bank
  4. 4. | 4 Objective: global approach for research excellence BIS*1 HEFCE*2 REF2014 Results Analysis tool University & REF*3 Teams Researchers 1. BIS - The UK Department for Business, Innovation & Skills 2. HEFCE - Higher Education Funding Council for England 3. REF - The UK’s Research Excellence Framework 4. HEIs - UK higher education institutions
  5. 5. | 5 SciVal – Trends module
  6. 6. | 6 Discussion – practical horizon scanning • What does “horizon scanning” mean to you? • For what purpose are you horizon scanning?
  7. 7. | 7 Discussion – practical horizon scanning • What does “horizon scanning” mean to you? • For what purpose are you horizon scanning? • What evidence would convince you that investing in a discovery right now would be a smart move? • Are there common features of this type of research?
  8. 8. | 8 Discussion – practical horizon scanning • What does “horizon scanning” mean to you? • For what purpose are you horizon scanning? • What evidence would convince you that investing in a discovery right now would be a smart move? • Are there common features of this type of research? • If you had evidence, what would you do with it? • How certain would you need to be before you took the next step?
  9. 9. | 9 Discussion – practical horizon scanning • What does “horizon scanning” mean to you? • For what purpose are you horizon scanning? • What evidence would convince you that investing in a discovery right now would be a smart move? • Are there common features of this type of research? • If you had evidence, what would you do with it? • How certain would you need to be before you took the next step? • To what extent can societal impact be forecast, when significant discoveries are often serendipitous? • Is “non-impactful” research useful?

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