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Multidisciplinarity, interdisciplinarity, and patterns of research collaboration in nanoscience and nanotechnology

Joachim Schummer
2004 Scientometrics  
Based on a new visualization method, patterns of research collaboration are analyzed and compared with those of classical disciplinary research.  ...  By co-author analysis of over 600 papers published in "nano journals" in 2002 and 2003, I investigate if this apparent concurrence is accompanied by new forms and degrees of multi-and interdisciplinarity  ...  group, nano-center, etc.) was noted too, which, as a rule, is mentioned in addition to departmental affiliation. * Of course, the disciplinary affiliation of an author need not match his or her disciplinary  ... 
doi:10.1023/b:scie.0000018542.71314.38 fatcat:iwwo7so4arc3df3xhlp7iq75te

Interdisciplinarity in Biotechnology, Genomics and Nanotechnology

Gaston Heimeriks
2012 Social Science Research Network  
In this paper we study developments in biotechnology, genomics and nanotechnology in the period 1998-2008.  ...  In all three fields the importance of industry-university collaborations increased, albeit to different degrees.  ...  Our conceptualization and empirical examples show that interdisciplinarity refers to activities in research (collaboration between researchers with different skills from different departments), to the  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2118436 fatcat:jdw4lohgcveerkmc55jjly5uci

Interdisciplinarity in biotechnology, genomics and nanotechnology

G. Heimeriks
2012 Science and Public Policy  
In this paper we study developments in biotechnology, genomics and nanotechnology in the period 1998-2008.  ...  In all three fields the importance of industry-university collaborations increased, albeit to different degrees.  ...  Our conceptualization and empirical examples show that interdisciplinarity refers to activities in research (collaboration between researchers with different skills from different departments), to the  ... 
doi:10.1093/scipol/scs070 fatcat:lqujz4luajfajdfb6d7ntbt6re

Interdisciplinarity and the social sciences: capital, institutions and autonomy1

Lisa Garforth, Anne Kerr
2011 British Journal of Sociology  
units in one UK university between 2006 and 2007.  ...  Our first, albeit highly partial, picture came from the ten staff and four PhD students who returned completed surveys, which, taken together, presented a diverse set of biographies and disciplinary affiliations  ...  The authors would like to thank the social scientists who agreed to participate in the research project for giving their time and sharing reflections on their disciplines and careers.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-4446.2011.01385.x pmid:22150380 fatcat:qe2xffsrpzdvddvzre6gchs6cq

Interdisciplinarity revisited: evidence for research impact and dynamism

Keisuke Okamura
2019 Palgrave Communications  
Interdisciplinarity is uniquely operationalised as the effective number of distinct disciplines involved in the RF, computed from the relative abundance of disciplines and the affinity between disciplines  ...  The result of a multiple regression analysis (n = 2,560) showed that an increase by one in the effective number of disciplines was associated with an approximately 20% increase in the research impact,  ...  Acknowledgements This work was conducted as part of the in-house research activities of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan.  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41599-019-0352-4 fatcat:juyba46dqncwpe2snyebbd47h4

Musings on ethnomusicology, interdisciplinarity, intradisciplinarity, and decoloniality

Naila Ceribašić
2019 Etnološka Tribina  
Thinking from the perspective of Croatian ethnomusicology as one of ethnomusicologies "at home", the author muses on the position of ethnomusicology on a global scale, and in particular how it relates  ...  By taking into account the issue of reciprocity (or the lack thereof) between various disciplines and the linguocentric predicament of (ethno)musicological studies, she argues that more intellectual effort  ...  Writing for an ethnological journal made it reasonable to address interdisciplinarity, especially the issue of the relationship -and more specifically the reciprocity -between ethnomusicology and its older  ... 
doi:10.15378/1848-9540.2019.42.01 fatcat:yuz6mpjboncdlntzzeyle4j6ne

Measuring and Visualizing Research Collaboration and Productivity

Jon Garner, Alan L. Porter, Andreas Leidolf, Michelle Baker
2018 Journal of Data and Information Science  
Originality/value New visualizations of researcher collaboration provide compelling comparisons of the extent and nature of social networking among target cohorts.  ...  Purpose This paper presents findings of a quasi-experimental assessment to gauge the research productivity and degree of interdisciplinarity of research center outputs.  ...  Acknowledgements The five-year "innovative Urban Transitions and Aridregion Hydro-sustainability" (iUTAH) project was initiated in 2012 with support from the US National Science Foundation's (NSF) "Established  ... 
doi:10.2478/jdis-2018-0004 fatcat:ipgjiyh675a6to7wnff3ri52le

Mixing Patterns in Interdisciplinary Collaboration Networks: Assessing Interdisciplinarity Through Multiple Lenses [article]

Shihui Feng, Alec Kirkley
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We also examine intergroup mixing by applying a novel approach to classify the active and non-active researchers in the collaboration network based on participation in multiple teams.  ...  We find a significant difference in indicators of academic performance and experience between the clusters of active and non-active researchers, suggesting intergroup mixing as a key factor in academic  ...  Firstly, we consider the discipline of researchers based on their publication records rather than departmental affiliations, which offers a means of defining and assessing the interdisciplinarity of individual  ... 
arXiv:2002.00531v1 fatcat:evbqyke3cneehm3i77xs3nebuy

Performance: An Approach to Strengthening Interdisciplinarity in Women's Studies and Gender Studies

Ann M. Shanahan, Prudence A. Moylan, Betsy Jones Hemenway, Bren Ortega Murphy, Jacqueline Long, Susan Grossman, Hector Garcia, Mary Dominiak
1969 PARtake: The Journal of Performance as Research  
The importance of emotion, trust, and responsibility in team work and collaboration, consideration of bodies in spaces and communities, and linkages between theory to practice are all considered in reflections  ...  The individual re-visioning led to changes and renewed energy in the WSGS program and faculty collaboration in research and teaching.  ...  It is working around and between traditional disciplinary boundaries that creates interdisciplinarity.  ... 
doi:10.33011/partake.v1i1.331 fatcat:53l2lnd5sbdyzpgrkpo4phke2a

Cross-disciplinary collaboration versus coexistence in LIS serials: analysis of authorship affiliations in four European countries

Cristóbal Urbano, Jordi Ardanuy
2020 Scientometrics  
Cross-disciplinary collaboration among all of the scientific fields involved is low, and even lower in LIS than in other fields.  ...  to cross-disciplinary collaboration expressed in the form of coauthorship.  ...  Cross-disciplinary collaboration in the form of coauthorship involving authors from different disciplinary departmental affiliations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11192-020-03471-z fatcat:7s67e5hlnjh5phj35ohc75li6q

:Commons and Borderlands: Working Papers on Interdisciplinarity, Accountablility, and the Flow of Knowledge;Law, Anthropology, and the Constitution of the Social: Making Persons and Things

Bill Maurer
2006 PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review  
in the university today (which Strathern investigates, ethnographystyle, and which Pottage and Mundy's volume exemplifies) and the relationship between interdisciplinarity, society (broadly defined),  ...  work-at least, my daily life and work-in a modern research university setting and in the collaborations university researchers forge outside the academy.  ...  : disciplinary, cultural, individual or personal diversity, and so on, each replicating the others through transformations in perspective and scale.  ... 
doi:10.1525/pol.2006.29.2.276 fatcat:3v6fa2i34bc5pbivhitvfkkc6a

Cyborgs Unbound: Feminist STS, Interdisciplinarity, and Graduate Education

Kiran Asher, Mel Chen, Kareem Khubchandani, Eli Nelson, Banumathi Subramanium
2021 Catalyst Feminism Theory Technoscience  
) in the Boston area.  ...  Hosted at MIT in February 2020, it was part of the Boston-area Consortium for Graduate Studies in Gender, Culture, Women, and Sexuality's (GCWS) series Feminisms Unbound.  ...  such as Gujarat Institute of Desert Ecology (https://gujaratdesertecology.com/), the Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE)'s RAMBLE project (noted in the previous note), and  ... 
doi:10.28968/cftt.v7i1.34995 fatcat:gel3yzsgxrcqfel5iojr567i2q

Cultural Competence in Interdisciplinary Collaborations: A Method for Respecting Diversity in Research Partnerships

Stephanie M. Reich, Jennifer A. Reich
2006 American Journal of Community Psychology  
Specifically, each participant in interdisciplinary collaborations must value diversity, develop the capacity for self-assessment, work towards understanding one's own disciplinary culture, and be sensitive  ...  Interdisciplinary collaboration capitalizes on a diversity of perspectives and practices that each discipline offers in hopes of providing innovative solutions to multifaceted problems.  ...  Acknowledgement Special thanks to Robert Saunders, Kelly Taylor-Richardson, Victoria Ngo, and Anna Muraco for feedback and support in the preparation of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10464-006-9064-1 pmid:16807789 fatcat:7o224ouwsrc5boc55jeyjgokla

Scientific collaboration, research funding, and novelty in scientific knowledge

Hyunha Shin, Keungoui Kim, Dieter F. Kogler, Kamal Kishore Pant
2022 PLoS ONE  
Furthermore, funded papers show lower novelty than the unfunded, but funding does have a significant moderating effect on the relationship between collaboration and novelty.  ...  Disruptive advancements in science and technology often rely on new ideas and findings, which in turn brings us to focus on the value of novelty in scholarly activities.  ...  First, we investigate the relationship between collaborations and novelty in publications.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0271678 pmid:35877773 pmcid:PMC9312390 fatcat:ll65g6pqtjagzkzsmhoqpccw6i

Mixing Patterns in Interdisciplinary Co-Authorship Networks at Multiple Scales

Shihui Feng, Alec Kirkley
2020 Scientific Reports  
This raises the question: Does interdisciplinary research collaboration necessarily result in disciplinary diversity among collaborators?  ...  We also examine intergroup mixing by applying a novel approach to classify the active and non-active researchers in the collaboration network based on participation in multiple teams.  ...  Early studies define research disciplines of authors based on departmental affiliations 19 .  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-020-64351-3 pmid:32382037 fatcat:uwnyp5r5djd5li72rdnqmwlp3y
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