Digital Science announces an agreement with Southern Federal University that will extend Dimensions Analytics access to users across the institution. With access to Dimensions Analytics, researchers at Southern Federal University can now explore the research landscape and the connections between over 150 million publications, grants, clinical trials, patents and policy documents.

Dimensions is a cutting-edge research insights platform designed to break down barriers to access and discovery. With the advanced analytical capabilities available in Dimensions Analytics, the university aims to map the competitive landscape, enhance evaluation and inform strategic planning.

“We selected Dimensions because it’s uniquely designed to support all researchers and staff across the organization. In addition to the powerful search and metrics capabilities, we intend to use the tool to analyze trends, trace the impact of collaborations, and explore cross-disciplinary opportunities to position our research programs for the future”, commented Inna Shevchenko, Rector of Southern Federal University.

“We highly appreciate our long-standing partnership with the Southern Federal University and support their organization with trusted insights and analytics to accelerate their research programs. In the new era of multitype research data, wider coverage of sources translates into deeper innovation insight and strategic advantage in building integrated industry-academia-education projects, where Southern Federal University is among the national leaders”, – noted Igor Osipov, CEO Digital Science Russia and VP Academic & Government, EMEA.



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