New Entrants

June 2011

A construction worker climbs a scaffolding outside a shopping centre under renovation in Taipei March 22, 2011. REUTERS/Nicky Loh.


As of May 1, 2011, the Essential Science IndicatorsSM from Clarivate Analytics data were updated to cover a 10-year plus 2-month period, from January 2001 to February 28, 2011. With this update, the data pool expanded to include an additional 8,215 scientists, 211 institutions, 31 countries, and 89 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 scientists who entered the database or one of its 22 fields with the highest total citations are as follows:

Scientist Field
STEWART, D Agricultural Sciences
MYERS, RM Biology & Biochemistry
SUNDAR, VC Chemistry
WERNIG, M Clinical Medicine
SARKAR, S Computer Science
SLOAN, RG Economics & Business
ANDREWS, JG Engineering
MEIER, R Environment/Ecology
BARNES, I Geosciences
HO, DD Immunology
MESSERSMITH, PB Materials Science
KANSCHAT, G Mathematics
LEADBETTER, JR Microbiology
WALTER, JC Molecular Biology & Genetics
TANAKA, T Multidisciplinary
STORY, GM Neuroscience & Behavior
KOBILKA, B Pharmacology & Toxicology
LUJAN, P Physics
SASAKI, D Plant & Animal Science
HUTTUNEN, M Psychiatry/Psychology
HORNER, MW Social Sciences, general
LONGO, F Space Science

INSTITUTIONS

Of the 211 institutions entering the top 1%, those with the most citations in each field are given in the table below:

Institution Field
UNIV SANTIAGO CHILE Agricultural Sciences
SAITAMA MED UNIV Biology & Biochemistry
INSTM Chemistry
SO MED UNIV Clinical Medicine
HARBIN INST TECHNOL Computer Science
KAROLINSKA INST Computer Science
FED RESERVE BANK CHICAGO Economics & Business
UNIV LONDON BIRKBECK COLL Engineering
MEM UNIV NEWFOUNDLAND Environment/Ecology
UNIV COLL SWANSEA Geosciences
UNIV ADELAIDE Immunology
NATL INST TECHNOL Materials Science
TECH UNIV DARMSTADT Mathematics
NIDDK Microbiology
NATL YANG MING UNIV Molecular Biology & Genetics
UNIV ROCHESTER Multidisciplinary
WELLCOME DEPT IMAGING NEUROSCI Neuroscience & Behavior
GLAXOSMITHKLINE PHARMACEUT Pharmacology & Toxicology
DONGHUA UNIV Physics
NAGOYA CITY UNIV Plant & Animal Science
UNIV HOSP CLEVELAND Psychiatry/Psychology
INT CTR DIARRHOEAL DIS RES Social Sciences, general
SWINBURNE UNIV TECHNOL Space Science

COUNTRIES

Countries entering the database with the highest cite counts are listed below:

Country Field
BURKINA FASO Biology & Biochemistry
QATAR Chemistry
REP OF GEORGIA Computer Science
ECUADOR Economics & Business
ETHIOPIA Engineering
LAOS Environment/Ecology
JAMAICA Geosciences
LATVIA Immunology
GAMBIA Microbiology
BURKINA FASO Molecular Biology & Genetics
LEBANON Multidisciplinary
UGANDA Neuroscience & Behavior
YEMEN Pharmacology & Toxicology
GABON Plant & Animal Science
GAMBIA Social Sciences, general

JOURNALS

The journals that are new to the database are listed in the following table:

Journal Field
CIENC AGROTEC Agricultural Sciences
ACTA PHYSIOL Biology & Biochemistry
LETT ORG CHEM Chemistry
J PLAST RECONSTR AESTHET SURG Clinical Medicine
J STAT SOFTW Computer Science
ACAD MANAG PERSPECT Economics & Business
INT J CRASHWORTHINESS Engineering
RANGEL ECOL MANAG Environment/Ecology
GEOFLUIDS Geosciences
NAT NANOTECHNOL Materials Science
MATH MED BIOL Mathematics
INT MICROBIOL Microbiology
MOL SYST BIOL Molecular Biology & Genetics
SCI RES ESSAYS Multidisciplinary
BIRTH DEFECTS RES PT B Pharmacology & Toxicology
ACTA ACUST UNITED ACUST Physics
EUR J FOR RES Plant & Animal Science
CHILD MALTREATMENT Psychiatry/Psychology
POLICING Social Sciences, general
SPACE WEATHER Space Science
 

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

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