Web of Science have introduced a feature called Refine your results which is displayed in top of each search. Check this screenshot:

There are several options for refining, for example institutions. When searching for Haglin L as author you get 11 hits and when clicking Institutions 8 alternative addresses:

The problem is:

1) You won’t always see the name of the department in the overview, even if it’s in the record. You have to click the record to view it.

2) You will get all affiliations for all authors of all articles, not just for the author you searched or the first author name. Addresses are mixed together for all authors.
Positive is you get a better overview of different spelled addresses for authors.

Refining option Subject categories is not a subject search limit I recommend. It’s built upon the subject categories of the journals where articles is published. Sometimes you can see an option for Concept Codes or Descriptors or Controlled Index. It’s connected to content from the database BIOSIS and should not be used as an multidisciplinary subject search. These are options in development and will see in future what it can bring.

Conclusion: A better, faster overview, though same problems exist with lacking address/author information.