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Opening new paths to explore research activity from across the University and build new connections

New for 2023, Research@Oxford is an online search and discovery tool that enables users to find out about research activity and collaboration across the University of Oxford. It presents the work of the University's researchers by repurposing data from Symplectic Elements to populate biographical profiles, publication lists, and provide information about grants, professional activities, co-authors and collaborators, and more. 

All researchers, research facilitators, divisional office teams, OUI teams, research students, senior management colleagues and other colleagues across the University will have access to Research@Oxford via the Oxford University campus network. (If you are connecting from outside of this network, you will need to connect to the University's VPN.)

Researchers can curate the information displayed in Research@Oxford, manage access to different parts of their professional profile, and maximize the discoverability of their research activities through their existing Symplectic Elements account: for example, by adding or updating biographical information, tagging their profile with keywords, and adding their professional activities beyond publications.

What's next?

If you are employed by the University of Oxford as a researcher, we encourage you to update your Symplectic Elements account as soon as possible, using the guidance available on the Research@Oxford webpages, to make your profile more discoverable and enhance the platform for the wider University community. 

Useful links for University researchers

For guidance or further information about Research@Oxford, please email: