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Global Institutional Profiles Project. Thomson Reuters, a global leader in providing information, will address concerns over current profile systems with the Global Institutional Profiles Project.

Global Institutional Profiles Project

The 21st century academic institution has many fluid layers, and Thomson Reuters is committed to developing an equally robust and dynamic dataset. The Profiles Project, launched in 2009, rests on the principle that one size does not fit all — as the world continues to flatten and specialize, profile databases must broaden in scope, deepen in content, and become increasingly flexible.

Our aim with the Global Institutional Profiles Project, which includes our work with Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings, is to develop a data source that provides the best informed and most effective resource to build profiles of universities and institutions around the world. Project Overview: We're fine-tuning for clarity.

[ISI Highly Cited Researchers Version 1.5] Welcome to Highly Cited Research from Thomson Reuters Once achieved, the Highly Cited designation is retained.

[ISI Highly Cited Researchers Version 1.5]

With each new list, we add Highly Cited individuals, departments and laboratories to this elite community. They do not replace those recognized on previous lists. From 2000 to 2008, ISI Highly Cited highlighted the people behind the some of the world.s most influential research. Highly Cited Research offers a snapshot of these individuals, departments and laboratories that made fundamental contributions to the advancement of science and technology between 2000 and 2008. This Highly Cited Research resource captured the people behind the most influential publications in 21 broad subject categories in life sciences, medicine, physical sciences, engineering and social sciences based on citation metrics.

This highly cited research was identified by the Thomson Reuters team between 2000 and 2008 based on analysis of papers covered in Web of Science from 1981-2008. ResearcherID. Science - Thomson Reuters. Open to accelerate science. HUB - Home. SciVal.