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Heat Maps — Witty Review

  1. 1. Witty Review Encouraging a British Invention Revolution: Sir Andrew Witty’s Review of Universities and Growth Industry Strategic Sector - Heat Maps Presented by: Iris Kisjes Date: Oct 2013
  2. 2. Heat Map - Index                  Aerospace Automotive Life Sciences Agri-tech Information Economy Nuclear Oil & Gas Offshore Wind Construction Big Data Satellites Robotics Life Sciences – Genetics and Synthetic Biology Regenerative Medicine Agri-Science Advanced Materials & Nano Technology Energy Storage 2
  3. 3. Aerospace: Top 20 organizations by publication Introduction The Witty Review investigates how Britain can encourage an invention revolution, and is built on three premises: 1. Funding flows need to be structured by technology / industry, not by postcode, to drive greater collaboration wherever the ‘idea flows’. Eliminating regional barriers which create domestic competition instead of marshaling resources to run a global race. 2. Universities have an extraordinary potential to enhance economic growth. Incentives should be strengthened to encourage maximum engagement from Universities. 3. Governments should help facilitate the drive forward of globally competitive technological ideas into real businesses. These heat maps produced by Elsevier’s SciVal Analytics team are one of the tools offered by the government to show the top Universities per Industrial Strategic sector. Key FWCI = Field-Weighted Citation Impact (A measure of citation impact, based on the average number of citations received by a group of publications compared to the world number of citations received by the same type of publications) Red is lowest impact and green highest. The columns which are titled "in top 1%" and "in top 10%" refer to the number of publications from each institute that are in the top-cited x% of publications globally in this subject area. The number in parentheses shows what proportion of the institution's total publications in the area this represents. Publication data source: Scopus Based on relevant researchers per applicable discipline as indicated by the UK Research Council. Click here for more detail on the methodology, page96 and 118 of the report. 3
  4. 4. Automotive Top 20 organizations by publication Introduction The Witty Review investigates how Britain can encourage an invention revolution, and is built on three premises: 1. Funding flows need to be structured by technology / industry, not by postcode, to drive greater collaboration wherever the ‘idea flows’. Eliminating regional barriers which create domestic competition instead of marshaling resources to run a global race. 2. Universities have an extraordinary potential to enhance economic growth. Incentives should be strengthened to encourage maximum engagement from Universities. 3. Governments should help facilitate the drive forward of globally competitive technological ideas into real businesses. These heat maps produced by Elsevier’s SciVal Analytics team are one of the tools offered by the government to show the top Universities per Industrial Strategic sector. Key FWCI = Field-Weighted Citation Impact (A measure of citation impact, based on the average number of citations received by a group of publications compared to the world number of citations received by the same type of publications) Red is lowest impact and green highest. The columns which are titled "in top 1%" and "in top 10%" refer to the number of publications from each institute that are in the top-cited x% of publications globally in this subject area. The number in parentheses shows what proportion of the institution's total publications in the area this represents. Publication data source: Scopus Based on relevant researchers per applicable discipline as indicated by the UK Research Council. Click here for more detail on the methodology, page96 and 118 of the report. 4
  5. 5. Life Sciences Top 20 organizations by publication Introduction The Witty Review investigates how Britain can encourage an invention revolution, and is built on three premises: 1. Funding flows need to be structured by technology / industry, not by postcode, to drive greater collaboration wherever the ‘idea flows’. Eliminating regional barriers which create domestic competition instead of marshaling resources to run a global race. 2. Universities have an extraordinary potential to enhance economic growth. Incentives should be strengthened to encourage maximum engagement from Universities. 3. Governments should help facilitate the drive forward of globally competitive technological ideas into real businesses. These heat maps produced by Elsevier’s SciVal Analytics team are one of the tools offered by the government to show the top Universities per Industrial Strategic sector. Key FWCI = Field-Weighted Citation Impact (A measure of citation impact, based on the average number of citations received by a group of publications compared to the world number of citations received by the same type of publications) Red is lowest impact and green highest. The columns which are titled "in top 1%" and "in top 10%" refer to the number of publications from each institute that are in the top-cited x% of publications globally in this subject area. The number in parentheses shows what proportion of the institution's total publications in the area this represents. Publication data source: Scopus Based on relevant researchers per applicable discipline as indicated by the UK Research Council. Click here for more detail on the methodology, page96 and 118 of the report. 5
  6. 6. Agri-tech Top 20 organizations by publication Introduction The Witty Review investigates how Britain can encourage an invention revolution, and is built on three premises: 1. Funding flows need to be structured by technology / industry, not by postcode, to drive greater collaboration wherever the ‘idea flows’. Eliminating regional barriers which create domestic competition instead of marshaling resources to run a global race. 2. Universities have an extraordinary potential to enhance economic growth. Incentives should be strengthened to encourage maximum engagement from Universities. 3. Governments should help facilitate the drive forward of globally competitive technological ideas into real businesses. These heat maps produced by Elsevier’s SciVal Analytics team are one of the tools offered by the government to show the top Universities per Industrial Strategic sector. Key FWCI = Field-Weighted Citation Impact (A measure of citation impact, based on the average number of citations received by a group of publications compared to the world number of citations received by the same type of publications) Red is lowest impact and green highest. The columns which are titled "in top 1%" and "in top 10%" refer to the number of publications from each institute that are in the top-cited x% of publications globally in this subject area. The number in parentheses shows what proportion of the institution's total publications in the area this represents. Publication data source: Scopus Based on relevant researchers per applicable discipline as indicated by the UK Research Council. Click here for more detail on the methodology, page96 and 118 of the report. 6
  7. 7. Information Economy Top 20 organizations by publication Introduction The Witty Review investigates how Britain can encourage an invention revolution, and is built on three premises: 1. Funding flows need to be structured by technology / industry, not by postcode, to drive greater collaboration wherever the ‘idea flows’. Eliminating regional barriers which create domestic competition instead of marshaling resources to run a global race. 2. Universities have an extraordinary potential to enhance economic growth. Incentives should be strengthened to encourage maximum engagement from Universities. 3. Governments should help facilitate the drive forward of globally competitive technological ideas into real businesses. These heat maps produced by Elsevier’s SciVal Analytics team are one of the tools offered by the government to show the top Universities per Industrial Strategic sector. Key FWCI = Field-Weighted Citation Impact (A measure of citation impact, based on the average number of citations received by a group of publications compared to the world number of citations received by the same type of publications) Red is lowest impact and green highest. The columns which are titled "in top 1%" and "in top 10%" refer to the number of publications from each institute that are in the top-cited x% of publications globally in this subject area. The number in parentheses shows what proportion of the institution's total publications in the area this represents. Publication data source: Scopus Based on relevant researchers per applicable discipline as indicated by the UK Research Council. Click here for more detail on the methodology, page96 and 118 of the report. 7
  8. 8. Nuclear Top 20 organizations by publication Introduction The Witty Review investigates how Britain can encourage an invention revolution, and is built on three premises: 1. Funding flows need to be structured by technology / industry, not by postcode, to drive greater collaboration wherever the ‘idea flows’. Eliminating regional barriers which create domestic competition instead of marshaling resources to run a global race. 2. Universities have an extraordinary potential to enhance economic growth. Incentives should be strengthened to encourage maximum engagement from Universities. 3. Governments should help facilitate the drive forward of globally competitive technological ideas into real businesses. These heat maps produced by Elsevier’s SciVal Analytics team are one of the tools offered by the government to show the top Universities per Industrial Strategic sector. Key FWCI = Field-Weighted Citation Impact (A measure of citation impact, based on the average number of citations received by a group of publications compared to the world number of citations received by the same type of publications) Red is lowest impact and green highest. The columns which are titled "in top 1%" and "in top 10%" refer to the number of publications from each institute that are in the top-cited x% of publications globally in this subject area. The number in parentheses shows what proportion of the institution's total publications in the area this represents. Publication data source: Scopus Based on relevant researchers per applicable discipline as indicated by the UK Research Council. Click here for more detail on the methodology, page96 and 118 of the report. 8
  9. 9. Oil & Gas Top 20 organizations by publication Introduction The Witty Review investigates how Britain can encourage an invention revolution, and is built on three premises: 1. Funding flows need to be structured by technology / industry, not by postcode, to drive greater collaboration wherever the ‘idea flows’. Eliminating regional barriers which create domestic competition instead of marshaling resources to run a global race. 2. Universities have an extraordinary potential to enhance economic growth. Incentives should be strengthened to encourage maximum engagement from Universities. 3. Governments should help facilitate the drive forward of globally competitive technological ideas into real businesses. These heat maps produced by Elsevier’s SciVal Analytics team are one of the tools offered by the government to show the top Universities per Industrial Strategic sector. Key FWCI = Field-Weighted Citation Impact (A measure of citation impact, based on the average number of citations received by a group of publications compared to the world number of citations received by the same type of publications) Red is lowest impact and green highest. The columns which are titled "in top 1%" and "in top 10%" refer to the number of publications from each institute that are in the top-cited x% of publications globally in this subject area. The number in parentheses shows what proportion of the institution's total publications in the area this represents. Publication data source: Scopus Based on relevant researchers per applicable discipline as indicated by the UK Research Council. Click here for more detail on the methodology, page96 and 118 of the report. 9
  10. 10. Offshore Wind Top 20 organizations by publication Introduction The Witty Review investigates how Britain can encourage an invention revolution, and is built on three premises: 1. Funding flows need to be structured by technology / industry, not by postcode, to drive greater collaboration wherever the ‘idea flows’. Eliminating regional barriers which create domestic competition instead of marshaling resources to run a global race. 2. Universities have an extraordinary potential to enhance economic growth. Incentives should be strengthened to encourage maximum engagement from Universities. 3. Governments should help facilitate the drive forward of globally competitive technological ideas into real businesses. These heat maps produced by Elsevier’s SciVal Analytics team are one of the tools offered by the government to show the top Universities per Industrial Strategic sector. Key FWCI = Field-Weighted Citation Impact (A measure of citation impact, based on the average number of citations received by a group of publications compared to the world number of citations received by the same type of publications) Red is lowest impact and green highest. The columns which are titled "in top 1%" and "in top 10%" refer to the number of publications from each institute that are in the top-cited x% of publications globally in this subject area. The number in parentheses shows what proportion of the institution's total publications in the area this represents. Publication data source: Scopus Based on relevant researchers per applicable discipline as indicated by the UK Research Council. Click here for more detail on the methodology, page96 and 118 of the report. 10
  11. 11. Construction Top 20 organizations by publication Introduction The Witty Review investigates how Britain can encourage an invention revolution, and is built on three premises: 1. Funding flows need to be structured by technology / industry, not by postcode, to drive greater collaboration wherever the ‘idea flows’. Eliminating regional barriers which create domestic competition instead of marshaling resources to run a global race. 2. Universities have an extraordinary potential to enhance economic growth. Incentives should be strengthened to encourage maximum engagement from Universities. 3. Governments should help facilitate the drive forward of globally competitive technological ideas into real businesses. These heat maps produced by Elsevier’s SciVal Analytics team are one of the tools offered by the government to show the top Universities per Industrial Strategic sector. Key FWCI = Field-Weighted Citation Impact (A measure of citation impact, based on the average number of citations received by a group of publications compared to the world number of citations received by the same type of publications) Red is lowest impact and green highest. The columns which are titled "in top 1%" and "in top 10%" refer to the number of publications from each institute that are in the top-cited x% of publications globally in this subject area. The number in parentheses shows what proportion of the institution's total publications in the area this represents. Publication data source: Scopus Based on relevant researchers per applicable discipline as indicated by the UK Research Council. Click here for more detail on the methodology, page96 and 118 of the report. 11
  12. 12. Big Data Top 20 organizations by publication Introduction The Witty Review investigates how Britain can encourage an invention revolution, and is built on three premises: 1. Funding flows need to be structured by technology / industry, not by postcode, to drive greater collaboration wherever the ‘idea flows’. Eliminating regional barriers which create domestic competition instead of marshaling resources to run a global race. 2. Universities have an extraordinary potential to enhance economic growth. Incentives should be strengthened to encourage maximum engagement from Universities. 3. Governments should help facilitate the drive forward of globally competitive technological ideas into real businesses. These heat maps produced by Elsevier’s SciVal Analytics team are one of the tools offered by the government to show the top Universities per Industrial Strategic sector. Key FWCI = Field-Weighted Citation Impact (A measure of citation impact, based on the average number of citations received by a group of publications compared to the world number of citations received by the same type of publications) Red is lowest impact and green highest. The columns which are titled "in top 1%" and "in top 10%" refer to the number of publications from each institute that are in the top-cited x% of publications globally in this subject area. The number in parentheses shows what proportion of the institution's total publications in the area this represents. Publication data source: Scopus Based on relevant researchers per applicable discipline as indicated by the UK Research Council. Click here for more detail on the methodology, page96 and 118 of the report. 12
  13. 13. Satellites Top 20 organizations by publication Introduction The Witty Review investigates how Britain can encourage an invention revolution, and is built on three premises: 1. Funding flows need to be structured by technology / industry, not by postcode, to drive greater collaboration wherever the ‘idea flows’. Eliminating regional barriers which create domestic competition instead of marshaling resources to run a global race. 2. Universities have an extraordinary potential to enhance economic growth. Incentives should be strengthened to encourage maximum engagement from Universities. 3. Governments should help facilitate the drive forward of globally competitive technological ideas into real businesses. These heat maps produced by Elsevier’s SciVal Analytics team are one of the tools offered by the government to show the top Universities per Industrial Strategic sector. Key FWCI = Field-Weighted Citation Impact (A measure of citation impact, based on the average number of citations received by a group of publications compared to the world number of citations received by the same type of publications) Red is lowest impact and green highest. The columns which are titled "in top 1%" and "in top 10%" refer to the number of publications from each institute that are in the top-cited x% of publications globally in this subject area. The number in parentheses shows what proportion of the institution's total publications in the area this represents. Publication data source: Scopus Based on relevant researchers per applicable discipline as indicated by the UK Research Council. Click here for more detail on the methodology, page96 and 118 of the report. 13
  14. 14. Robotics Top 20 organizations by publication Introduction The Witty Review investigates how Britain can encourage an invention revolution, and is built on three premises: 1. Funding flows need to be structured by technology / industry, not by postcode, to drive greater collaboration wherever the ‘idea flows’. Eliminating regional barriers which create domestic competition instead of marshaling resources to run a global race. 2. Universities have an extraordinary potential to enhance economic growth. Incentives should be strengthened to encourage maximum engagement from Universities. 3. Governments should help facilitate the drive forward of globally competitive technological ideas into real businesses. These heat maps produced by Elsevier’s SciVal Analytics team are one of the tools offered by the government to show the top Universities per Industrial Strategic sector. Key FWCI = Field-Weighted Citation Impact (A measure of citation impact, based on the average number of citations received by a group of publications compared to the world number of citations received by the same type of publications) Red is lowest impact and green highest. The columns which are titled "in top 1%" and "in top 10%" refer to the number of publications from each institute that are in the top-cited x% of publications globally in this subject area. The number in parentheses shows what proportion of the institution's total publications in the area this represents. Publication data source: Scopus Based on relevant researchers per applicable discipline as indicated by the UK Research Council. Click here for more detail on the methodology, page96 and 118 of the report. 14
  15. 15. Life Sciences – Genetics and Synthetic Biology Top 20 organizations by publication Introduction The Witty Review investigates how Britain can encourage an invention revolution, and is built on three premises: 1. Funding flows need to be structured by technology / industry, not by postcode, to drive greater collaboration wherever the ‘idea flows’. Eliminating regional barriers which create domestic competition instead of marshaling resources to run a global race. 2. Universities have an extraordinary potential to enhance economic growth. Incentives should be strengthened to encourage maximum engagement from Universities. 3. Governments should help facilitate the drive forward of globally competitive technological ideas into real businesses. These heat maps produced by Elsevier’s SciVal Analytics team are one of the tools offered by the government to show the top Universities per Industrial Strategic sector. Key FWCI = Field-Weighted Citation Impact (A measure of citation impact, based on the average number of citations received by a group of publications compared to the world number of citations received by the same type of publications) Red is lowest impact and green highest. The columns which are titled "in top 1%" and "in top 10%" refer to the number of publications from each institute that are in the top-cited x% of publications globally in this subject area. The number in parentheses shows what proportion of the institution's total publications in the area this represents. Publication data source: Scopus Based on relevant researchers per applicable discipline as indicated by the UK Research Council. Click here for more detail on the methodology, page96 and 118 of the report. 15
  16. 16. Regenerative Medicine Top 20 organizations by publication Introduction The Witty Review investigates how Britain can encourage an invention revolution, and is built on three premises: 1. Funding flows need to be structured by technology / industry, not by postcode, to drive greater collaboration wherever the ‘idea flows’. Eliminating regional barriers which create domestic competition instead of marshaling resources to run a global race. 2. Universities have an extraordinary potential to enhance economic growth. Incentives should be strengthened to encourage maximum engagement from Universities. 3. Governments should help facilitate the drive forward of globally competitive technological ideas into real businesses. These heat maps produced by Elsevier’s SciVal Analytics team are one of the tools offered by the government to show the top Universities per Industrial Strategic sector. Key FWCI = Field-Weighted Citation Impact (A measure of citation impact, based on the average number of citations received by a group of publications compared to the world number of citations received by the same type of publications) Red is lowest impact and green highest. The columns which are titled "in top 1%" and "in top 10%" refer to the number of publications from each institute that are in the top-cited x% of publications globally in this subject area. The number in parentheses shows what proportion of the institution's total publications in the area this represents. Publication data source: Scopus Based on relevant researchers per applicable discipline as indicated by the UK Research Council. Click here for more detail on the methodology, page96 and 118 of the report. 16
  17. 17. Agri-Science Top 20 organizations by publication Introduction The Witty Review investigates how Britain can encourage an invention revolution, and is built on three premises: 1. Funding flows need to be structured by technology / industry, not by postcode, to drive greater collaboration wherever the ‘idea flows’. Eliminating regional barriers which create domestic competition instead of marshaling resources to run a global race. 2. Universities have an extraordinary potential to enhance economic growth. Incentives should be strengthened to encourage maximum engagement from Universities. 3. Governments should help facilitate the drive forward of globally competitive technological ideas into real businesses. These heat maps produced by Elsevier’s SciVal Analytics team are one of the tools offered by the government to show the top Universities per Industrial Strategic sector. Key FWCI = Field-Weighted Citation Impact (A measure of citation impact, based on the average number of citations received by a group of publications compared to the world number of citations received by the same type of publications) Red is lowest impact and green highest. The columns which are titled "in top 1%" and "in top 10%" refer to the number of publications from each institute that are in the top-cited x% of publications globally in this subject area. The number in parentheses shows what proportion of the institution's total publications in the area this represents. Publication data source: Scopus Based on relevant researchers per applicable discipline as indicated by the UK Research Council. Click here for more detail on the methodology, page96 and 118 of the report. 17
  18. 18. Advanced Materials & Nano Technology Top 20 organizations by publication Introduction The Witty Review investigates how Britain can encourage an invention revolution, and is built on three premises: 1. Funding flows need to be structured by technology / industry, not by postcode, to drive greater collaboration wherever the ‘idea flows’. Eliminating regional barriers which create domestic competition instead of marshaling resources to run a global race. 2. Universities have an extraordinary potential to enhance economic growth. Incentives should be strengthened to encourage maximum engagement from Universities. 3. Governments should help facilitate the drive forward of globally competitive technological ideas into real businesses. These heat maps produced by Elsevier’s SciVal Analytics team are one of the tools offered by the government to show the top Universities per Industrial Strategic sector. Key FWCI = Field-Weighted Citation Impact (A measure of citation impact, based on the average number of citations received by a group of publications compared to the world number of citations received by the same type of publications) Red is lowest impact and green highest. The columns which are titled "in top 1%" and "in top 10%" refer to the number of publications from each institute that are in the top-cited x% of publications globally in this subject area. The number in parentheses shows what proportion of the institution's total publications in the area this represents. Publication data source: Scopus Based on relevant researchers per applicable discipline as indicated by the UK Research Council. Click here for more detail on the methodology, page96 and 118 of the report. 18
  19. 19. Energy Storage Top 20 organizations by publication Introduction The Witty Review investigates how Britain can encourage an invention revolution, and is built on three premises: 1. Funding flows need to be structured by technology / industry, not by postcode, to drive greater collaboration wherever the ‘idea flows’. Eliminating regional barriers which create domestic competition instead of marshaling resources to run a global race. 2. Universities have an extraordinary potential to enhance economic growth. Incentives should be strengthened to encourage maximum engagement from Universities. 3. Governments should help facilitate the drive forward of globally competitive technological ideas into real businesses. These heat maps produced by Elsevier’s SciVal Analytics team are one of the tools offered by the government to show the top Universities per Industrial Strategic sector. Key FWCI = Field-Weighted Citation Impact (A measure of citation impact, based on the average number of citations received by a group of publications compared to the world number of citations received by the same type of publications) Red is lowest impact and green highest. The columns which are titled "in top 1%" and "in top 10%" refer to the number of publications from each institute that are in the top-cited x% of publications globally in this subject area. The number in parentheses shows what proportion of the institution's total publications in the area this represents. Publication data source: Scopus Based on relevant researchers per applicable discipline as indicated by the UK Research Council. Click here for more detail on the methodology, page96 and 118 of the report. 19

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