Below you'll find links to all the systems available to the University of Plymouth that will help you through the different stages of your research journey and capture the information that is an essential part of your research.
ORCiD is an internationally recognised unique identifier connecting research with researchers, ensuring correct attribution.
Researchfish is an online system used by major UK research funders (including UK Research Councils, National Institute for Health Research, Cancer Research UK) to gather information on the outputs, outcomes and impacts of research that they have funded.
Research Professional is an online database of research funding opportunities and a source of international research policy and practice new. It provides a summary of significant recent research funding opportunities and approaching deadlines.
SciVal allows you to visualize your research performance, benchmark relative to peer institutions, develop strategic partnerships, identify and analyze new, emerging research trends, and create uniquely tailored reports.
Symplectic Elements and PEARL
Symplectic Elements database used to deposit into PEARL and manage research, and PEARL the research repository where users can discover our research
VV-Impact Tracker, developed by Vertigo Ventures, is a cutting-edge, cloud-based software product helping researchers and impact officers to plan for and report social, economic and environmental impact.
The Jisc online survey tool is a powerful, easy to use tool for creating online surveys. If you’ve chosen to undertake a survey as part of your research project, the University of Plymouth preferred option is to use Jisc Online Surveys.
Plymouth Ethics Online System
The Plymouth Ethics Online System (PEOS) is a flexible web-based management system to help facilitate and streamline the ethical review process.