Digital Science is proud to announce a collaboration with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology that will provide campus-wide access to the next evolution in linked scholarly information, Dimensions. With the Dimensions implementation, the university will support its researchers and academic management by providing a broader picture of the work they’re doing, a platform to explore the influence of past collaborations and an effective way to measure the real-world impact their research has made.

Dimensions is a dynamic, easy-to-use, linked research data platform that re-imagines the way research can be discovered, accessed, and analyzed. Dimensions provides openly-available search and metrics for more than 102 million publications, nearly 5 million awarded grants, 38 million patents, 490 thousand clinical trials, and 430 thousand policy documents.  

This partnership will allow researchers at Norwegian University of Science and Technology to access content from across the entire research landscape, enabling them to gain deeper insights into a topic or field. Additionally, the advanced analytical capabilities in Dimensions Analytics make it possible to compare and contrast data from research institutions around the worldto map the competitive landscape, explore cross-disciplinary opportunities, and position their research program for the future.

“Dimensions will give researchers at Norwegian University of Science and Technology a new tool to better understand their own research in the context of the rapidly expanding research landscape, and provide the organization as a whole with information that will enable it to make better informed strategic decisions” – Henrik Karlstrøm, bibliometrician at Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

Christian Herzog, CEO Dimensions, adds, ” We are delighted to partner with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and hope to transform their access to research.”


About the Norwegian University of Science and Technology

NTNU is an internationally oriented university with headquarters in Trondheim and campuses in Ålesund and Gjøvik. NTNU has the main technical-natural sciences profile, a number of professional education and a large academic breadth, which also includes the humanities, social sciences, economics, medicine, health sciences, educational sciences, architecture, entrepreneurship, arts and artistic activities. To learn more visit