With the goal of advancing diversity, inclusion, and equity, we are actively recruiting papers from scholars in developing countries, particularly those in Africa, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and Western Asia.
About the Scholarship:
Clarivate Web of Knowledge began with a single concept…and a man who saw the potential of that notion. Dr. Eugene Garfield’s concept of citation indexing and searching changed scientific study in 1955.
Decades later, technology caught up with his idea, and Web of Science® combined Web linking with citation searching to create a powerful and versatile research platform. The Web of Knowledge was the next natural step, combining a wide range of data, tools, and technology into a single, integrated, ever-evolving platform. Clarivate is a global pioneer in offering solutions that speed the innovation lifecycle. Our audacious purpose is to assist customers in solving some of the world’s most complex challenges by delivering actionable information and insights that shorten the time it takes from new ideas to life-changing technologies in science and intellectual property. Using our trusted subscription and technology-based solutions, as well as deep subject expertise, we assist customers in discovering, protecting, and commercializing their ideas. Clarivate PLC is a provider of information services and analytics to the scientific research, intellectual property, and life sciences industries. It is divided into two sections: science and intellectual property (IP). The Science division delivers and embeds structured information into the workflows of the company’s clients. The IP section assists and manages customers’ intellectual property portfolios, which range from patents to trademarks to corporate website domains. Web of Science, Derwent, Cortellis, DRG, CompuMark, MarkMonitor, and CPA Global are among the company’s brands. The Americas, Europe/Middle East/Africa, and Asia-Pacific are its geographical segments. Eugene Garfield (1925-2017), a pioneer in automated indexing and retrieval of information since 1955, created citation databases for science that transformed how academics explore and evaluate the scholarly literature. The Web of ScienceTM, which is now owned by ClarivateTM, indexes the contents and citation network of the world’s leading scientific and scholarly journals and meetings. It is the direct descendent of the Science Citation IndexTM, which Garfield established in 1964. Dr. Eugene Garfield, the founder of the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI)TM, had various interests in information science and technology, with citations (cited references) in information retrieval, research assessment, and the study of the science of science being significant issues of his work.
Clarivate created an award in his honor in 2017 to honor his legacy by honoring excellence in the improvement of our understanding of research impact and innovation. Dr. Garfield’s vision of fostering bibliometric innovation was unusual. He paid special attention to assisting scientists from all over the world in their efforts to discover and develop new analytical methodologies, indicators, and metrics that will increase our understanding of the scientific activity.
As part of our aim to enhance diversity, inclusion, and equity, we are actively soliciting papers from scholars in developing countries, particularly those in Africa, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and Western Asia. Overtime, Clarivate Analytics announced the strategic purchase of Kopernio, an AI-technology firm, to establish the definitive publisher-neutral platform for research workflow and analysis for scientific researchers, publishers, and institutions globally. Kopernio’s mission is to enable legal one-click access to millions of journal articles and academic research papers around the world, significantly enhancing and facilitating access to scientific knowledge. Clarivate Analytics has announced the acquisition of SequenceBase, a pioneer in delivering patent sequence information and search technologies to the biotech, pharmaceutical, and chemical sectors. The acquisition will provide a more comprehensive solution to the rapidly expanding biologics market. It complements Derwent’s GENESEQ database and Derwent Innovation, the leading patent research platform, by offering users with an intuitive solution for searching, analyzing, and finding context in sequence data within patents. GENESEQ is a private database that is trusted by the world’s largest biologics companies. It is the only database that offers annotated analysis to help simplify the process of searching and identifying biological sequences (DNA, RNA, and protein sequences) covered in patents issued by more than 50 patent granting authorities.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Clarivate
Scholarship Country: United Kingdom
Scholarship Worth: $25,000
Study Level: Postgraduate
Nationality: International Students
The reward is for $25k USD and will be paid in one lump sum.
In addition to the prize, Clarivate gives the winning applicant research access to a subset of Web of Science data.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
- To be eligible, you must be a postdoctoral researcher with no more than 10 years of experience at the time of application.
- The award will be given to the candidate who exhibits a novel approach to scientific review by using either citation analysis or a mix of citation analysis and additional data sources to address any research fields such as, but not limited to:
- Methods for tracking, analyzing, and accounting for corrected and retracted papers in assessments.
- Methodologies and frameworks for dealing with the reproducibility crisis
- Evaluation of research:
- Indicators of institutional and researcher effect that are novel
- New measures for measuring research’s societal impact
- Diversity and Inclusion: Methods for Measuring Diversity and Inclusion
- Methods for mapping and tracking disparate teams
- Methods for assessing the productivity and impact of heterogeneous teams (on national and international levels)
- Indicators of diversity and inclusion are being developed.
- Sustainability and innovation: New approaches to include the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into research evaluation
- New ways for tracking innovation via publications
- Methods for identifying new subjects
The Clarivate 2022 Eugene Garfield Award for Innovation in Citation Analysis is open to all International Students
Here’s how to apply for the Eugene Garfield Award for Innovation in Citation Analysis 2022:
To apply, please complete this form by Friday, July 1, 2022. By September 2, 2022, the award winner will be notified.
The application deadline Clarivate 2022 Eugene Garfield Award for Innovation in Citation Analysis is July 1, 2022. It should be worthy of note that the Clarivate 2022 Eugene Garfield Award for Innovation in Citation Analysis is renewable for each year.