New Entrants

October 2011

Workers check solar panels at a solar power field in Kawasaki, near Tokyo July 6, 2011. Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc. (TEPCO) and Kawasaki City are constructing the mega solar power field, consisting some 37,926 solar panels which will produce some 7.4 million kWh in a year. Commercial service will start on August, 2011. REUTERS/Toru Hanai.

As of September 1, 2011, the Essential Science IndicatorsSM from Clarivate Analytics data were updated to cover a 10-year plus 6-month period, from January 2001 to June 30, 2011. With this update, the data pool expanded to include an additional 2,334 scientists, 333 institutions, 16 countries, and 67 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.

ScienceWatch.com presents a listing of those New Entrants who showed the greatest total citations.

 

SCIENTISTS

Among the scientists entering the database or one of its fields for the first time, those entering with the highest total citations are given in the following table:

Scientist Field
POWLES, SB Agricultural Sciences
ROBBINS, J Biology & Biochemistry
GEIM, AK Chemistry
SONENBERG, N Clinical Medicine
HOMER, N Computer Science
CAMPELLO, M Economics & Business
ZHAN, ZL Engineering
BANAVAR, JR Environment/Ecology
LYNCH, AH Geosciences
LEE, H Immunology
VENKATASUBRAMANIAN, R Materials Science
PARES, C Mathematics
TURNBAUGH, PJ Microbiology
FEINGOLD, EA Molecular Biology & Genetics
WORM, B Multidisciplinary
HWANG, SW Neuroscience & Behavior
CHEN, XY Pharmacology & Toxicology
VRBA, V Physics
LUO, J Plant & Animal Science
TURK, CL Psychiatry/Psychology
AMER GERIATRICS SOC Social Sciences, general
MOSKALENKO, IV Space Science

INSTITUTIONS

Of the 333 institutions entering the database or one of its fields for the first time, the ones entering with the highest total citations are given in the table below:

Institution Field
CSIR INDIA Agricultural Sciences
CHARLES UNIV PRAGUE Biology & Biochemistry
S CHINA NORMAL UNIV Chemistry
NATL CTR GLOBAL HLTH & MED Clinical Medicine
TRINITY COLL DUBLIN Computer Science
TULANE UNIV Economics & Business
UFZ HELMHOLTZ CTR ENVIRONM RES Engineering
DALIAN UNIV TECHNOL Environment/Ecology
UNIV PALERMO Geosciences
UNIV TOKUSHIMA Immunology
ISFAHAN UNIV TECHNOL Materials Science
NATL SUN YAT SEN UNIV Mathematics
UNIV COLL DUBLIN Microbiology
NOVARTIS INST BIOMED RES Molecular Biology & Genetics
NHGRI Multidisciplinary
UNIV OULU Neuroscience & Behavior
MED UNIV VIENNA Pharmacology & Toxicology
UNIV MINHO Physics
MEIJI UNIV Plant & Animal Science
UNIV LAUSANNE Psychiatry/Psychology
UNIV RICHMOND Social Sciences, general
SPACE SCI INST Space Science

COUNTRIES

Countries entering the database or one of its fields with the highest citation counts are listed below:

Country Field
KUWAIT Agricultural Sciences
LUXEMBOURG Chemistry
ALGERIA Clinical Medicine
PERU Economics & Business
SERBIA Environment/Ecology
CUBA Geosciences
CAMBODIA Immunology
LUXEMBOURG Materials Science
ZIMBABWE Microbiology
OMAN Molecular Biology & Genetics
ICELAND Multidisciplinary
FIJI Psychiatry/Psychology

JOURNALS

Those journals that are new to the database are as follows:

Journal Field
FOOD BIOPROCESS TECHNOL Agricultural Sciences
BMC BIOL Biology & Biochemistry
NAT CHEM Chemistry
CANCER GENET Clinical Medicine
J COMPUT ANAL APPL Computer Science
AFR J BUS MANAG Economics & Business
J AMER HELICOPTER SOC Engineering
SOIL RES Environment/Ecology
INT J NANOTECHNOL
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Materials Science
ANN APPL STAT Mathematics
INT MICROBIOL Microbiology
IN VITRO CELL DEV BIOL-ANIMAL Molecular Biology & Genetics
MULT SCLER J Neuroscience & Behavior
INT J CLIN PHARM Pharmacology & Toxicology
PHASE TRANSIT Physics
PLANT BIOSYST Plant & Animal Science
PERS REV Psychiatry/Psychology
J PHYS ACT HEALTH 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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Workers check solar panels at a solar power field in Kawasaki, near Tokyo July 6, 2011. Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc. (TEPCO) and Kawasaki City are constructing the mega solar power field, consisting some 37,926 solar panels which will produce some 7.4 million kWh in a year. Commercial service will start on August, 2011. REUTERS/Toru Hanai.