Top HKU Researchers: the Research.com Rankings

The University of Hong Kong (HKU) has a highly talented pool of scholars and researchers in a wide range of expertise. Our researchers have built impressive profiles with their innovative, high-impact and leading-edge research, and at the same time, made efforts in transforming their intellectual output into values and benefits to the public and global…

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Ways to boost your citations – Data Sharing

Data sharing is getting support from the academic communities as favourable practice in scholarly publishing. It can enable researchers to replicate findings, build on others’ expertise, and reuse existing data for making new discoveries (Gilmore et al., 2018). While it brings key benefits to scientific progress and the whole research community, at the individual level,…

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Ways to boost your citations – Social Media

Dissemination of scholarly information is no longer limited to printed materials or electronic databases, but a faster, easier, and more interactive platform – social media. When you are in search of effective ways to increase the visibility and boost citations of your published papers, social media could be a novel means that you could adopt.…

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Know Your Citations Better with Citation Context Analysis

Beyond simple counts of citations received by a paper, a novel method for examining impact of a piece of scholarly work—citation context analysis is able to “…help scholars explore and describe—at a specific and detailed level—how important ideas are used by and spread from a source text to subsequent citing works.” (Anderson and Lemken, 2020)…

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Scite Dashboard: Analysis of HKU Publication Citations

What is scite? Scite is a platform that helps researchers to better discover and evaluate scientific articles through Smart Citations. By making use of machine learning and its deep learning model, scite accesses full text of the scholarly publications and tells how a publication is being cited by classifying them in “supporting”, “mentioning”, and “contrasting”. …

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OpenAlex: The Open Catalogue of the Global Research System

What is OpenAlex? OpenAlex is a free and open source index of hundreds of millions of interconnected entities across the global research system. The name “OpenAlex” is inspired by the ancient Library of Alexandria in Egypt. This project is run by OurResearch with a grant received from the Arcadia Fund. In January 2022, OpenAlex was…

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Contributions of the research at HKU to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Contributions of the Research at HKU to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

The United Nations General Assembly set 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015 as part of the 2030 agenda for sustainable development. It aimed to achieve these goals to end all forms of poverty, fight inequalities, and tackle climate change while ensuring that no one is left behind. By analyzing the SciVal data, this post reveals how…

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