uToronto infographic unique representation of global research collaboration

October 22, 2013

The University of Toronto has produced a creative infographic that highlights the many instances of international collaboration involving the university. The graphic features lines drawn between a dot on a map that represents uToronto, and dozens of other dots around the map that represent global research projects by municipality. “These data are limited to 2012 publications with 25 or more citations,” says President David Naylor in a recent blog post. “If we were to count all co-authored publications in 2012, we would have to draw many more lines: In 2012, University of Toronto faculty, staff, and students collaborated on publications with over 8,000 institutions around the world from 134 countries.” uToronto Weblog