How does my research output 'perform' in world-leading citation databases? What are the research strengths of my institute? Are we collaborating effectively and what are our peers elsewhere doing? Is my research socially relevant?
These, and many other questions drive the effort to measure the impact of research. When used meaningfully and observed in context, the answers can help us make better informed decisions, shed light on the overall reputation of the work of a group or institution, support efforts to obtain funding, collaboration partners or talent, help the research community demonstrate research excellence and much more.
For further information on how impact is measured at the University of Groningen, follow the links in the left menu.
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