Fingerprint The Fingerprint is defined by mining the titles and abstracts of research outputs and projects/funding awards associated with people in the research unit. The process creates an index of weighted terms from discipline-specific thesauri.

Social Sciences

news
journalism
journalist
social media
newspaper
communication
social responsibility
medication
drug
twitter
health
coverage
campaign
cancer
television
content analysis
nicotine
literacy
website
credibility
public opinion
community
mass media
candidacy
reporter
discourse
evaluation
weblog
chat
foreign correspondent
facebook
industry
trend
video
student
politics
Internet
rating
parents
health information
Values
interaction
BBC
new media
persuasion
presidential election
social network
money
innovation
experiment
smoking
privacy
Group
interview
interpretation
non-governmental organization
participation
multiple stress
communication research
broadcaster
amendment

Engineering & Materials Science

Marketing
Communication
Health
Websites
Industry
Television
Students
Internet
Education
Blogs
Tobacco
Economics
Design of experiments
Data storage equipment
Vaccines
Innovation
Ecology
Multitasking
Screening
Application programs
Experiments
Personnel
Digital storage
Labels
Testing
Electric network analysis

Medicine & Life Sciences

Prescription Drugs
Health
Communication
Health Communication
Social Media
Research
Tobacco
Students
Mammography
Neoplasms
Papillomavirus Vaccines
Smoking
Tobacco Products
Persuasive Communication
Cues
Breast Neoplasms
Mass Media
Psychology
Newspapers
Vaccination
Young Adult
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Smoking Cessation
Confusion
Population
Cannabis