New Entrants

December 2010

A construction worker touches up a wall made with plastic bottles inside the EcoArk building during a media preview in Taipei April 9, 2010. A Taiwan company has built a three-storey exhibition hall using 1.5 million plastic bottles instead of bricks to raise interest in recycling, creating what the builder described as a world-first. Picture taken April 9, 2010. REUTERS/Nicky Loh.As of November 1, 2010, the Essential Science IndicatorsSM from Clarivate Analytics data were updated to cover a 10-year plus 8-month period, from January 2000 to August 31, 2010. With this update, the data pool expanded to include an additional 2,187 scientists, 285 institutions, 16 countries, and 44 journals that are either entirely new to Essential Science Indicators, or new to one of the database's 22 fields. ScienceWatch.com presents a listing of those New Entrants who showed the greatest total citations.

 

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SCIENTISTS

The following scientists entered the top 1% with the highest total citations:

Scientist Field
HARTMAN, GL Agricultural Sciences
WIESMANN, C Biology & Biochemistry
COLLINS, S Chemistry
METCALF, D Clinical Medicine
YU, HY Computer Science
EASTERLIN, RA Economics & Business
TAO, DC Engineering
KAPPEL, CV Environment/Ecology
HOU, ZQ Geosciences
MACLENNAN, ICM Immunology
MESSERSMITH, PB Materials Science
MA, WB Mathematics
BOUCHIER, C Microbiology
ESKELINEN, EL Molecular Biology & Genetics
ROGERS, JA Multidisciplinary
GREEN, KN Neuroscience & Behavior
MATHIE, A Pharmacology & Toxicology
GRUNEWALD, M Physics
DASZAK, P Plant & Animal Science
MCEWEN, BS Psychiatry/Psychology
RICHARDSON, U Social Sciences, general
GAO, L Space Science

INSTITUTIONS

Of the 285 institutions new to the database or one of its 22 fields, the following had the highest total citations:

Institution Field
UNIV TEHRAN Agricultural Sciences
HANYANG UNIV Biology & Biochemistry
TAMPERE UNIV TECHNOL Chemistry
TUFTS MED CTR Clinical Medicine
FENG CHIA UNIV Computer Science
CITY UNIV LONDON Economics & Business
SULEYMAN DEMIREL UNIV Engineering
TRINITY COLL DUBLIN Environment/Ecology
LEIDEN UNIV Geosciences
MED UNIV VIENNA Immunology
UNIV S FLORIDA Materials Science
SCUOLA NORMALE SUPER PISA Mathematics
UNIV STRASBOURG 1 Microbiology
UNIV COLL DUBLIN Molecular Biology & Genetics
RUTGERS STATE UNIV Multidisciplinary
GLAXOSMITHKLINE INC Neuroscience & Behavior
UNIV PARIS DIDEROT Pharmacology & Toxicology
UNIV CARLOS III MADRID Physics
SELCUK UNIV Plant & Animal Science
ST VINCENTS HOSP Psychiatry/Psychology
UNIV ROVIRA & VIRGILI Social Sciences, general
GEMINI OBSERV Space Science

COUNTRIES

The countries entering the database with the highest total citations are as follows:

Country Field
BOLIVIA Clinical Medicine
PERU Economics & Business
UZBEKISTAN Engineering
U ARAB EMIRATES Immunology
SLOVENIA Multidisciplinary
TANZANIA Pharmacology & Toxicology
QATAR Physics
SERBIA Psychiatry/Psychology
MOZAMBIQUE Social Sciences, general

JOURNALS

Journals that are new to the database are given in the table below:

Journal Field
BMC BIOTECHNOL Biology & Biochemistry
REV CHIM Chemistry
CAN J ANESTH Clinical Medicine
J DISP TECHNOL Computer Science
FISC STUD Economics & Business
MATH PROBL ENG Engineering
J EXPO SCI ENVIRON EPIDEMIOL Environment/Ecology
PROC GEOL ASSOC Geosciences
J THERMOPLAST COMPOS MATER Materials Science
ANN ACAD SCI FENN-MATH Mathematics
VIROL J Microbiology
MOL CANCER Molecular Biology & Genetics
PSYCHIATR GENET Neuroscience & Behavior
IDRUGS Pharmacology & Toxicology
J OPT Physics
ANN SOC ENTOMOL FR Plant & Animal Science
CREATIVITY RES J Psychiatry/Psychology
REV LATINO-AM ENFERMAGEM Social Sciences, general
 

For details on citation scores, papers, and time-series performance for these New Entrants, see Essential Science Indicators.

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A construction worker touches up a wall made with plastic bottles inside the EcoArk building during a media preview in Taipei April 9, 2010. A Taiwan company has built a three-storey exhibition hall using 1.5 million plastic bottles instead of bricks to raise interest in recycling, creating what the builder described as a world-first. Picture taken April 9, 2010. REUTERS/Nicky Loh.