New Entrants

October 2010

Soccer fans arrive for the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg May 22, 2010. Soccer City was originally opened in 1989 as the home of South African football and underwent an almost complete overhaul for the World Cup, with three years of construction turning the stadium into a 94,700-seater venue built in the form of an African calabash, or cooking pot. REUTERS.


As of September 1, 2010, the Essential Science IndicatorsSM from Clarivate Analytics data were updated to cover a 10-year plus 6-month period, from January 2000 to June 30, 2010. With this update, the data pool expanded to include an additional 2,054 scientists, 269 institutions, 17 countries, and 42 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

Of the 2,054 scientists new to top 1% of the database, the following had the highest total citations:

Scientist Field
SAIGUSA, N Agricultural Sciences
DORN, GW Biology & Biochemistry
SACCHETTINI, JC Chemistry
WEBSTER, RG Clinical Medicine
GODARD, J Economics & Business
RUINA, A Engineering
GRUBER, N Environment/Ecology
BARNES, I Geosciences
JUNG, A Immunology
DALTON, AB Materials Science
DEHGHAN, M Mathematics
HIRT, RP Microbiology
PFEFFER, S Molecular Biology & Genetics
DREWS, J Multidisciplinary
KAPRIO, J Neuroscience & Behavior
CHOI, YJ Pharmacology & Toxicology
TAKADA, K Physics
PARTENSKY, F Plant & Animal Science
FAUL, F Psychiatry/Psychology
DEMIRBAS, A Social Sciences, general
GOLD, B Space Science

INSTITUTIONS

The following institutions entered the database or one of its 22 fields with the highest total citations:

Institution Field
SULTAN QABOOS UNIV Agricultural Sciences
UNIV SZEGED Biology & Biochemistry
CHARLES UNIV PRAGUE Chemistry
AGRES Clinical Medicine
WAYNE STATE UNIV Computer Science
UNIV MUNICH Economics & Business
UNIV TECN FEDERICO SANTA MARIA Engineering
UNIV HALLE WITTENBERG Environment/Ecology
CARNEGIE MELLON UNIV Geosciences
UNIV TEXAS SAN ANTONIO Immunology
CONSEJO NACL INVEST CIENT & TECN Materials Science
UNIV CERGY PONTOISE Mathematics
UNIV CAPE TOWN Microbiology
KAROLINSKA UNIV HOSP Molecular Biology & Genetics
NICHD Multidisciplinary
NATL PUBL HLTH INST Neuroscience & Behavior
BRIGHAM & WOMENS HOSP Pharmacology & Toxicology
MASSACHUSETTS GEN HOSP Physics
WASHINGTON DEPT FISH & WILDLIFE Plant & Animal Science
UNIV MANNHEIM Psychiatry/Psychology
RYERSON UNIV Social Sciences, general
UNIV COPENHAGEN Space Science

COUNTRIES

The countries entering the database with the highest total citations are given in the table below:

Country Field
BAHRAIN Engineering
CHAD Geosciences
YUGOSLAVIA Multidisciplinary
BERMUDA Plant & Animal Science
VIETNAM Psychiatry/Psychology
GAMBIA Social Sciences, general

JOURNALS

Journals that are new to the database are listed below:

Journal Field
ANN N Y ACAD SCI Agricultural Sciences
MOL BIOSYST Biology & Biochemistry
REACT KINET MECH CATAL Chemistry
PLOS ONE Clinical Medicine
IEEE TRANS DEPENDABLE SECUR C Computer Science
RELAT IND-IND RELAT Economics & Business
INT J NUMER METH BIOMED ENG Engineering
AQUAT ECOL Environment/Ecology
Z GEOMORPHOLOGIE Geosciences
J CONVEX ANAL Mathematics
ISME J Microbiology
CELL MOL BIOL LETT Molecular Biology & Genetics
J FOOD DRUG ANAL Pharmacology & Toxicology
WAVE MOTION Physics
FUNGAL BIOL Plant & Animal Science
CYBERPSYCHOLOGY BEHAV SOC NET Psychiatry/Psychology
ENERGY EDUC SCI TECHNOL-PT A 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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Soccer fans arrive for the re-opening of the showpiece Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg May 22, 2010. Soccer City was originally opened in 1989 as the home of South African football and underwent an almost complete overhaul for the World Cup, with three years of construction turning the stadium into a 94,700-seater venue built in the form of an African calabash, or cooking pot. REUTERS.