Analysis of promising world scientific and technological research areas according to Sustainable Development Goal No. 3 "Good health and well-being" using the "Web of Science" and "Derwent Innovation" platforms tools: scientific and analytical note: scientific and analytical report
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Bohomazova V. M. — PhD in Economics, Senior Researcher of State Institution “Ukrainian Institute of Scientific and Technical Expertise and Information”, Antonovycha str., 180, Kyiv, Ukraine, 03680; +38 (067) 599-65-11; email@example.com; ORCID: 0000-0002-8756-3871
Abstract. The work was carried out in the framework of the formation of proposals for the project of new priority directions of scientific and technological development of Ukraine for 2021-2030. Its goal is to establish the most promising and most priority scientific and technological directions in the field of medicine for Ukraine to achieve Sustainable Development Goal No. 3 "Good health and well-being".
To achieve this goal, foreign information sources on innovations in the medical field, as well as strategic program documents of the EU countries have been analyzed and key areas of global technological development have been identified. A scientometric analysis of the medical sphere was carried out on the basis of the international database Web of Science, namely, the publication activity and dynamics of citations of a selected array of publications were investigated and the directions with the highest rates of publication activity and high rates of growth of citations were identified. A patent analysis of the field of medicine was carried out, in particular, patents publications from the Derwent Innovation database that correspond to medical topics by keywords and codes of the international patent classification were selected. A selected array of patents on the dynamics of patenting and placement on a landscape map was examined. Areas with the highest rates of patent activity were highlighted. The promising technological areas of the field of medicine were identified, which included areas with the highest growth rates of publication and patent activity, high rates of citation growth and saturation of patents on the landscape map at the same time.
As a result of the work, it was concluded that the most promising medical technologies in the world are: wearable devices, 3D printing, smart technologies, health trackers, augmented reality and precise (personalized) medicine. The obtained results can be used in the formation of new priority areas of scientific and technological development of Ukraine in the field of healthcare.
Keywords: global technological trends, sustainable development goals, innovation, technology, medicine, innovation policy, priority areas of innovation, patent landscape, Web of Science, Derwent Innovation.
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