Toscana Open Research was founded with the aim of promoting and enhancing the ecosystem of research and high-level training in Tuscany, starting from data available in an open format (*) relating to the actors of the Tuscan research sharing the intent with the research stakeholders.
The portal, through interactive graphs, allows you to view information on some of the protagonists of the system: for universities through data on teachers and researchers divided by gender, age and sector of affiliation, but also on students by classes, geographical origin and diploma and on graduates from the three-year course.
We also publish data and information on European funds for research and innovation (FP7 and Horizon 2020) that have seen the involvement of universities and companies with tax headquarters in Tuscany. You can see the collaborations activated on European projects, the distribution of the projects of the H2020 and Fp7 calls, the collaborations between universities and companies.
All data can be downloaded in open format.
(*) At the moment it was not possible to integrate in the portal data relating to the national research bodies that have a presence in our region but their registered office in another region, because in the open databases available, information is returned to the registered office of the institution..
The following open data sets were used:
Cerca Università is a service that aggregates all possible searches regarding university, from graduate courses to funding, from teachers to students, from tenders to statistics (source: Cineca).
The data portal of higher education edited and managed by the Statistical Office of MIUR (Source MIUR).
The National Register of Students (ANS) is an administrative archive listing the students registered in the Italian university system. Through this portal, the MIUR allows for the archive to be consulted in real time, with information on enrolments, registrations and degrees of all universities authorized to issue a university degree (both state and non-state).
CORDIS is the main portal of the European Commission for the results of EU-funded research projects (source: Cordis).