We are proud to announce that the Science Map ’30 years of scientific development’ is part of the 9th iteration of the Places & Spaces exhibit.
On April 15 and 16, 2014, CWTS will organize a new course ‘Bibliometric Network Analysis and Science Mapping Using VOSviewer’
We are delighted to announce that our next STI ENID Conference will take place in Leiden, The Netherlands!
The most recent developments in CWTS research are revealed here
The last Anniversary Food for Thought Meeting: 'Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences: Highlights and Development 1963-2013' was presented by prof. Willem Heiser on how Psychology in Leiden turned west.
The Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS) has launched the 2013 Netherlands Survey of Doctorate Recipients.
Why do scholars write books? Do patents contribute to societal progress? Is it possible to measure scientific production? How high is the pressure to perform at universities?
The new CWTS Journal Indicators website (www.journalindicators.com) has been launched. On this website the CWTS makes the SNIP journal impact indicator freely available.
CWTS and the Rathenau Instituut are jointly organizing an event for scientific researchers, Crafting your Career.
Videorecorded live lecture by Prof. Ton van Raan
Leadership is vital to creativity and successful innovation in groups and organizations
China increases scientific impact.
UIRC Global update: University-Industry Research Connections 2013 released together with Leiden Ranking
Which universities are world leaders when it comes to effectively connecting their research activities to industrial R&D needs?
The Graduate School invites you to attend the third of the Anniversary Food for Thought meetings. Presenter prof. Ton van Raan will discuss citations, H-index, journal impact and rankings. The meeting is chaired by prof. Paul Wouters.
Knowledge Exchange releases landscape report on where metrics can play a role in making research data available
3 May, 2013: Early career researchers: the PhD student. Presentations by the Development of Academic Careers Working Group
The working Group Development of Academic Careers invites you to attend the Research Seminar about Early career researchers: the PhD student
The conference focuses on the measurement and optimization of the value and potential of science for its different stakeholders (e.g., policymakers, business and research managers).
18 March 2013: Metersticks and revolutions: Scientometrics, altmetrics, and the coming era of web-native scholarship. Seminar presentation by Jason Priem
In growing numbers, scholars are moving their workflows online. As that happens, important, once-invisible parts of the scientific process--conversations, arguments, recommendations, reads, bookmarks, and more.. are leaving online traces.
Currently there are no vacancies at CWTS
Transparency is needed! The European Commission is promoting transparency about the international higher education system.