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Evidence-based Science and Technology Policy Research Seminar work briefing

On March 28, 2012, the China Institute of Science and Technology Information, Elsevier (Elsevier) Company, and the Scientometrics and Information Econometrics Professional Committee of the China Society for Science and Technology Policy held a seminar on evidence-based science and technology policy research in Beijing.


On March 28, 2012, the China Institute of Science and Technology Information, Elsevier (Elsevier) Company and the Committee of Scientometrics and Information Metrology of the Chinese Society for Science and Technology Policy held a seminar on evidence-based science and technology policy research in Beijing ", the seminar was attended by 109 scientific research managers and researchers from 38 universities, hospitals and research institutes, including Peking University, Tsinghua University, Nanjing University, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Wuhan University, Huazhong University of science and technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and State Intellectual Property Office.

The workshop began with a speech by Lim Kok Keng, Managing Director of Elsevier Asia. Zhao Zhiyun, deputy director of the Institute of Science and Technology Information of China, gave a wonderful report on "Research on the Support of Science and Technology Decision-making Based on Factual Data", "Enlightenment and thinking" and other aspects of the CITIC Institute on the fact-based data of science and technology decision-making support research methods and research practice. Then, Professor Diana Hicks, Dean of the School of Public Policy at Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, introduced several interesting numbers affecting science and technology policy on the topic of "powerful data-quantitative analysis in science and technology policy. Subsequently, Henk Moed, Senior Scientific Advisor of Elsevier, made a report entitled "Journal Measurement Index of Average Impact Standardized by Literature Source", which received great attention from the participants. Peter Haddawy, Director of the International Institute for Software Technology of the United Nations University, made a presentation entitled "Introduction to the Global System for the Evaluation of Scientific Capacity: Methods and Indicators.

Many reports of this seminar closely follow the frontiers of scientometrics and science and technology policy, analyze the current difficulties in scientometrics and science and technology policy, and give effective solutions. The guests discussed the application of evidence-based technology to enterprises. Management, scientific research management, etc. conducted lively and in-depth discussions and exchanges. Participants said that the seminar has gained a lot and will definitely provide useful help for my country's scientometrics and science and technology policy research. On March 28, 2012, the China Institute of Science and Technology Information, Elsevier (Elsevier) Company and the Committee of Scientometrics and Information Metrology of the Chinese Society for Science and Technology Policy held a seminar on evidence-based science and technology policy research in Beijing ", the seminar was attended by 109 scientific research managers and researchers from 38 universities, hospitals and research institutes, including Peking University, Tsinghua University, Nanjing University, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Wuhan University, Huazhong University of science and technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and State Intellectual Property Office.

The workshop began with a speech by Lim Kok Keng, Managing Director of Elsevier Asia. Zhao Zhiyun, deputy director of the Institute of Science and Technology Information of China, gave a wonderful report on "Research on the Support of Science and Technology Decision-making Based on Factual Data", "Enlightenment and thinking" and other aspects of the CITIC Institute on the fact-based data of science and technology decision-making support research methods and research practice. Then, Professor Diana Hicks, Dean of the School of Public Policy at Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, introduced several interesting numbers affecting science and technology policy on the topic of "powerful data-quantitative analysis in science and technology policy. Subsequently, Henk Moed, Senior Scientific Advisor of Elsevier, made a report entitled "Journal Measurement Index of Average Impact Standardized by Literature Source", which received great attention from the participants. Peter Haddawy, Director of the International Institute for Software Technology of the United Nations University, made a presentation entitled "Introduction to the Global System for the Evaluation of Scientific Capacity: Methods and Indicators.

Many reports of this seminar closely follow the frontiers of scientometrics and science and technology policy, analyze the current difficulties in scientometrics and science and technology policy, and give effective solutions. The guests discussed the application of evidence-based technology to enterprises. Management, scientific research management, etc. conducted lively and in-depth discussions and exchanges. Participants said that the seminar has gained a lot and will definitely provide useful help for my country's scientometrics and science and technology policy research.

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