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It #039;s Time for Chemists to Go with the Flow
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Programmed Cell Death is Alive and Well
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Research Fronts: Stem-Cell Research Slowly Segues into Regenerative Medicine
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Chemistry Top Ten: The Secret Site Where Water Gives Up Its Oxygen
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Mars Mission
NASA's Mars Science Laboratory, Curiosity, is the seventh visitor to the red planet, and by far the most ambitious mission of planetary exploration ever attempted. Curiosity's task is to determine...
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Charles Swanton of Cancer Research UK on How Tumors Branch Out
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The Hottest Research of 2011
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NCI #039;s Vinay K. Pathak on the quot;De-Discovery quot; of a Retrovirus-Disease Link
According to a recent analysis of Thomson Reuters Web of Science, the 2011 report 鈥淩ecombinant origin of the retrovirus XMRV,鈥* has been identified as a Fast Breaking Paper in Microbiology. This...
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Alain F. Zuur on Avoiding Common Statistical Errors in Data Exploration
According to a recent analysis of Essential Science Indicators (a subset of the Web of Knowledge from Thomson Reuters), a 2010 report entitled 鈥淎 protocol for data exploration to...
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Firm Families, Family Firms: Pramodita Sharma on Family Business Review
In a recent analysis of Essential Science Indicators (a subset of Thomson Reuters Web of Knowledge), the journal Family Business Review was named a Rising Star in the...
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M. Santosh on Geosciences Without Boundaries
In February of 2012, Dr. M. Santosh was among the honorees at the Thomson Reuters Japan Research Day and Research Front Awards ceremony in Tokyo. Dr. Santosh received a Research Front Award in the...
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The Right Drug for the Right Patient: Personalized Medicine Comes of Age
Time was when the phrase 鈥減ersonalized medicine鈥 would have referred to something like the provision of medical care by a family doctor on a one-to-one basis, but for several years now indexers...
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Research Front: Constraining Consensus Cosmology
The history of astronomy is notable in the present century for the astonishing emergence of a new consensus that releases cosmologists from the wordy debates that have occupied philosophers for...
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Biology Top Ten: For Glioblastoma, Genetic Signatures Help to Optimize Treatment
Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is the most common form of brain tumor in adults, responsible for more than half of all brain tumors. Prognosis is generally very poor, with survival measured in...
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Multiauthor Papers: Onward and Upward
When ScienceWatch last visited the topic of multiauthor papers back in 2007, the signs were unclear as to whether the trend of reports listing untold hundreds of authors was perhaps...
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The Art of Adding an Atom of Fluorine
Replace a hydrogen atom in a molecule with a fluorine and there can be a dramatic boost to its biological effects. Witness, for example, the healing power of fluorinated drugs and the efficacy of...
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Michael H. Huang on his Highly Cited Materials Research
In February of 2011, Thomson Reuters presented a listing of the Top 100 Materials Scientists, 2000-2010, Ranked by Citation Impact [...
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Nima Arkani-Hamed on Maximally Supersymmetric Theories
According to our Special Topics analysis of supersymmetry research over the past decade, the work of Nima Arkani-Hamed ranks at #2 by impact and #10 by citations in our special dataset,...
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Mauricio Cisternas and Knud Jahnke on the Growth of Supermassive Black Holes
According to Essential Science Indicators, a subset of the...
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Barbara A. Spellman on the Impact of Perspectives on Psychological Science
In a recent analysis of Essential Science Indicators (a subset of the Thomson Reuters Web of Knowledge), the journal Perspectives on Psychological Science was named a Rising Star in the...
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Neglected Tropical Diseases
As their name implies, neglected tropical diseases are underserved and often nebulous. This report reviews the global research landscape to uncover an unusually complex tapestry of outputs and...
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Philip Earis on the Growing Citation Influence of Energy amp; Environmental Science
In a recent analysis of Essential Science Indicators data from Thomson Reuters, the journal Energy amp; Environmental Science was named a Rising Star in the field of Environment amp; Ecology....
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Research Front: Advances in Carbon-Hydrogen Chemistry
The aim this century is to 鈥済reen鈥 the chemical, agrochemical, and pharmaceutical industries by finding processes that produce high yields of products with little or no waste. One of the stumbling...
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Medicine Top Ten: New Treatment for At-Risk Patients with Aortic Stenosis
The first trans-catheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) was performed 10 years ago in a 57-year-old man for whom the experimental procedure was a 鈥渓ast resort.鈥 The valve functioned well but the...
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Stanford #039;s Shamit Kachru on Breaking Supersymmetry
Our Special Topics analysis of supersymmetry research over the past decade, the work of Dr. Shamit Kachru ranks at #2 by total cites and #4 by cites per paper, based on his 42 papers in...
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Mirjam Cvetic on String Theory and Supersymmetry
Our Special Topics analysis of supersymmetry research over the past decade shows that the work of Professor Mirjam Cvetic ranks #8 by total citations, based on 62 papers cited a total of...
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Crowdsourcing Therapies for Rare Cancers
Biomedical science has been quick to emulate the open-source model, derived from software development, at least in some spheres. It is hard, however, to imagine an open-source model for drug...
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Transits Transform the Quest for Earth-Like Planets
Astronomers engaged in the search for planets orbiting stars in the Milky Way galaxy are ecstatic about the results now pouring in from the NASA Kepler mission. The discovery of stars with several...
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Sven Heinemeyer on Supersymmetry at the Large Hadron Collider
Our Special Topics analysis of papers published 2001 to 2011 dealing with supersymmetry and the search for the Higgs boson has identified Professor Sven Heinemeyer of the Spanish National...
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Colombo Bolognesi Talks about a High-Electron-Mobility Transistor
Article: 205-GHz (Al,In)N/GaN HEMTs
Authors: Sun, HF;Alt, AR;Benedickter, H;Feltin, E;Carlin, JF;Gonschorek, M;Grandjean, NR; Bolognesi, CR
Journal: IEEE ELECTRON...
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Gerd Gigerenzer amp; Henry Brighton on Heuristics in Human Decision Making
Gerd Gigerenzer amp; Henry Brighton talk with ScienceWatch.com and answer a few questions about this New Hot Paper in the field of Psychiatry/Psychology. The paper describes the major...
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John Ellis on the Symbiosis Between Particle Physics amp; Astrophysics
Our Special Topics analysis of supersymmetry research over the past decade shows that the work of Professor John Ellis ranks at #1 by total citations and by total papers, based on 134 papers cited...
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Top 20 Countries in ALL FIELDS, 2001-August 31, 2011
For the tenth consecutive year, ScienceWatch.com presents the 10th annual "Top 20" listings of countries聽which, according to the latest bimonthly update of...
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Science in Japan, 2006-10
Japan鈥檚 world share of science and social-science papers over a recent five-year period, expressed as a percentage of papers in each of 21 fields in the Thomson Reuters database. Also, Japan鈥檚...
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Science in Germany, 2006-10
Germany鈥檚 world share of science and social-science papers over a recent five-year period, expressed as a percentage of papers in each of 21 fields in the Thomson Reuters database. Also, Germany鈥檚...
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United Kingdom
By integrating external government and international data sources with Thomson Reuters data, this report presents a dynamic analysis of research input, capacity and output in the United Kingdom....
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Materials Science amp; Technology
Materials science grew the fastest among all physical sciences during the last three decades, and the field holds great potential for 21st century manufacturing and innovation. The global research...
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Field Rankings for India, 2000-2010
Indian research in the sciences and social sciences has improved markedly over the past decade. Publication and citation indicators derived from the internationally influential, peer-review...
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The Hottest Research of 2010
The time has rolled around yet again for Science Watch to take its annual look back at the hottest of recent research. The tab below are the researchers who, according to citations...
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Top 100 Chemists, 2000-2010
On February 10, 2011, Thomson Reuters released data identifying the world's top 100 chemists over the past 11 years as ranked by...
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Top 100 Materials Scientists
On March 2, 2011, Thomson Reuters released data identifying the world鈥檚 top 100 materials scientists who achieved the highest citation impact scores for their papers (articles and reviews)...
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Middle East
The Arabian, Persian and Turkish Middle East produces only 4% of the world's scientific literature but output is growing rapidly, exceeding Asia and Latin America in rate of increase. The report...
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Most-Cited Paper From the Top 20 Countries, 2000-August 31, 2010
In December 2010 ScienceWatch.com presented its annual "Top 20" listings of countries (across all 22 fields), which as of...
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United States
The 20th century was largely dominated by the US as a major powerhouse of scientific research and innovation, with 40% of the papers indexed in Web of Science fielded by US scientists in the 90's...
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Science in the United Kingdom, 2005-09
The United Kingdom's world share of science and social-science papers over a recent five-year period, expressed as a percentage of papers in each of 21 fields in the Thomson Reuters database. Also...
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Global Research Reports
Japan
For years Japan has been known for its world-class universities, established government laboratories and several Nobel Prizes. Yet despite being a long-standing innovation leader, the latest...
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Africa
Three nations dominate while others regress. What, if anything, can be learned by analyzing performance across more than 50 nations? And can lessons learned lift an entire continent to compete...
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Australia and New Zealand
Did New Zealand and Australia meet their respective research agendas? Thomson Reuters tracks a continued strength in earth science, environment, and biology鈥攜et both are slipping in global output...
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The Most-Cited Institutions in Engineering, 1999-2009
During February 2010, ScienceWatch.com presented a listing of the top 20 institutions which, as of the fifth bimonthly update of...
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Science in India, 2004-08
Between 2004 and 2008, Thomson Reuters indexed 143,186 papers listing at least one author address in India. Of those papers, the highest percentage appeared in the field of chemistry, followed by...
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Northwestern #039;s Chad Mirkin On Enabling Nanoparticles
Occasionally real science plays out just like the movies: A brilliant experiment is followed by a "Eureka!" moment, and a new vision of the future reveals itself. This was the case in 1996 when...
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Russia
Russia's scientific output has been largely in decline since 1994, and recent uptake still falls within flat relative growth. The Thomson Reuters profile reveals a broad atrophy that extends to...
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Warming Planet, Hot Research
The 2009 United Nations Summit on Climate Change, which attracted more than 100 world leaders, including the heads of state of both the United States and China, is only one recent manifestation of...
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China
China's explosive scientific growth continues to reshape the international research base. What fields offer nations the best opportunity to align with Chinese interests? Thomson Reuters provides...
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India
Thomson Reuters predicts that India's research productivity will be on par with most G8 nations within 7 to 8 years and could overtake them between 2015 and 2020. What does this mean for...
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The Most-Cited Institutions Overall, 1999-2009
In August 2009, ScienceWatch presented a listing of the top 20 institutions which, as of the second bimonthly update of Essential Science IndicatorsSM (January 1, 1999-April 30, 2009)...
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Brazil
Brazil's research output has doubled in 10 years with a continued strength in life sciences. The Thomson Reuters report helps prime important questions: What is the significance of the emerging...
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Shinya Yamanaka: Featured Scientist
Due to the recent reversal of stem cell research restrictions in the United States, stem cells are back in the news....
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Science in Brazil, 2003-07
Brazil's world share of science and social-science papers over a recent five-year period, expressed as a percentage of papers in each of 21 fields in the聽 Thomson Reuters database. Also, Brazil's...
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Institution Rankings in Neuroscience amp; Behavior, 1998-2008
The data below were extracted from Thomson Reuters Essential Science IndicatorsSM database. This database, currently covering the period January 1998 through October 2008,...
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Top 20 Countries in Engineering, 1998-2008
Below is a listing of the top 20 countries which, as of the latest bimonthly update of Essential Science IndicatorsSM, attracted the highest total citations to their papers published in...
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National Rankings by Output in Sciences and Social Sciences, 1999-2008
The data below were extracted from the Essential Science Indicators database of Thomson Reuters. This database, currently covering the period January 1999 through October 2008, surveys...
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Konstantin Novoselov Interview - Special Topic of Graphene
According to our Special Topics analysis on graphene research over the past decade, the scientist whose work ranks at #1 by total cites is Dr. Kostya Novoselov, with 33 papers cited a total of 2,...
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Top 20 Countries in Mathematics, 1998-2008
Below is a listing of the top 20 countries which, as of the latest bimonthly update of Essential Science Indicators, attracted the highest total citations to their papers published in...
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Andre K. Geim Interview
Grahene is one atom thick, which makes it the thinnest material in the universe, or at least tied for the thinnest should some novel competitor be lurking out there somewhere, as yet undiscovered...
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Institution Rankings in Chemistry, 1997-2007
Top institution rankings in chemistry, based on citations per paper among institutions with 50,000 or more citations, between January 1997 to December 2007. Data from...
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Scientist Rankings in Environment amp; Ecology, 1997-2007
The data below were extracted from Thomson Reuters Essential Science IndicatorsSM database. This database, currently covering the period January 1997 to December 2007, surveys...
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Scientist Rankings in Psychiatry amp; Psychology, 1997-2007
The data below were Based on data in Essential Science IndicatorsSM. This database, currently covering the period January 1997 to October 2007, surveys only journal articles (...
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Scientist Rankings in Economics amp; Business, 1997-2007
The data below were extracted from Thomson Reuters Essential Science IndicatorsSM database. This database, currently covering the period January 1997 to October 2007, surveys...
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United Kingdom #039;s Citation Elite, 2003-07
Science Watch turns its focus back toward the British Isles, with a survey of top-cited U.K. institutions and researchers, from 2003-2007, based on their representation in a selection of...
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Scientist Rankings in Neuroscience amp; Behaviour, 1997-2007
The data below were extracted from Thomson Reuters Essential Science Indicators database. This database, currently covering the period January 1997 to August 2007, surveys only journal...
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Scientist Rankings in Microbiology, 1997-2007
The data below were extracted from Thomson Reuters Essential Science IndicatorsSM database. This database, currently covering the period January 1997 to October 2007, surveys...
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Professor JH He Interview
Rising Star in the field of Computer Science. Professor He's citation record in this field includes 21 papers cited a total of 306 times between January 1, 1997 and December 31, 2007. He also has...
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Ray M. Kaplan Interview
Ray M. Kaplan talks with ScienceWatch.com and answers a few questions about the Emerging Research Front in the field of Microbiology.
Article: Drug resistance in nematodes of...
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Political Science amp; Public Administration: Most Prolific U.S. Institutions, 2002-06
Of U.S. institutions, those below contributed the greatest number of papers to the field of political science amp; public administration over a recent five-year period. Based on each institution'...
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Top 20 Countries in Physics, 1997-2007
A listing of the top 20 countries which attracted the highest total citations to their papers published in Thomson Reuters-indexed journals of Physics over the 11-year period (1997-2007). These...
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