Funding Acknowledgements

Web of Science records now contain funding acknowledgement data from August 2008 forward!

Funding acknowledgements provide information on the sources of financial support for the research presented in a paper, and often contain declarations of interest that offer disclosure when corporate bodies have a financial interest in published research.

Many funding bodies mandate that articles based on the research they have supported must include an acknowledgement. Therefore the accuracy of this information is high and can be used to:

  • Track the research output and influence for any funding body or a specific grant / research program
  • Identify the strategic scope of a funding body
  • Identify vested interests
  • Identify future funding opportunities
  • Support an existing grant application by showing related information and evidence of previous performance
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