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RISING STARS

July 2009

Following the latest bimonthly update to Essential Science IndicatorsSM from Clarivate Analytics, ScienceWatch.com has produced a listing of the scientists, institutions, countries, and journals that have achieved the highest percentage increase in total citations from the sixth bimonthly period of 2008 to the first bimonthly period of 2009—that is, from December 2008 to February 2009. These entities are singled out as Rising Stars in their respective fields.

The 22 scientists named as Rising Stars in their fields are as follows:

Scientist Field
VANBREEMEN, N Agricultural Sciences
HANNON, GJ Biology & Biochemistry
DEKKER, C
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Chemistry
STEVENSON, M Clinical Medicine
SIGGIA, ED Computer Science
MELITZ, MJ Economics & Business
FU, Y Engineering
DIECKMANN, U Environment/Ecology
ZHU, YF Geosciences
MIZOGUCHI, A Immunology
TANI, T Materials Science
GINZBURG, V Mathematics
RELMAN, DA Microbiology
DEBAKKER, PIW Molecular Biology & Genetics
DELONG, EF Multidisciplinary
BEHRENS, TEJ Neuroscience & Behavior
YAMADA, M Pharmacology & Toxicology
MOROZOV, SV Physics
WILLIAMS, TM Plant & Animal Science
FRITH, U
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Psychiatry/Psychology
THORNE, A Social Sciences, general
DORE, O Space Science

 

The institutions with the highest percent increase in citations are given below:

Institution Field
BOSTON UNIV Agricultural Sciences
APPL BIOSYST INC Biology & Biochemistry
TECH UNIV LODZ Chemistry
CHARLES UNIV PRAGUE Clinical Medicine
UNIV CALIF SAN FRANCISCO Computer Science
GEORGE MASON UNIV Economics & Business
ISLAM AZAD UNIV Engineering
INT INST APPL SYST ANAL Environment/Ecology
MET OFF Geosciences
RIKEN Immunology
SHARIF UNIV TECHNOL Materials Science
VIENNA TECH UNIV Mathematics
CHINESE ACAD SCI Microbiology
UNIV SO DENMARK Molecular Biology & Genetics
UNIV ILLINOIS Multidisciplinary
ELAN PHARMACEUT Neuroscience & Behavior
GLAXOSMITHKLINE INC Pharmacology & Toxicology
CITTADELLA UNIV MONSERRATO Physics
CONSEJO NACL INVEST CIENT & TECN Plant & Animal Science
ZUCKER HILLSIDE HOSP Psychiatry/Psychology
RADBOUD UNIV NIJMEGEN Social Sciences, general
INAF Space Science

 

Iran, Lithuania, Romania, and Serbia have been named as Rising Stars in multiple fields. The full table is listed below:

Country Field
IRAN Agricultural Sciences
IRAN Biology & Biochemistry
SERBIA Chemistry
IRAN Clinical Medicine
LITHUANIA Computer Science
LITHUANIA Economics & Business
SERBIA Engineering
LEBANON Environment/Ecology
MALTA Geosciences
GHANA Immunology
SERBIA MONTENEG Materials Science
SERBIA Mathematics
PAPUA N GUINEA Microbiology
GAMBIA Molecular Biology & Genetics
CZECH REPUBLIC Multidisciplinary
GUADELOUPE Neuroscience & Behavior
ALGERIA Pharmacology & Toxicology
ECUADOR Physics
ROMANIA Plant & Animal Science
ROMANIA Psychiatry/Psychology
ROMANIA Social Sciences, general
PERU Space Science

 

LWT-Food Science and Technology and Chemistry & Biodiversity have been named as Rising Stars in multiple updates. The full list of journals achieving the highest percent increase in total citations across the database's 22 fields is as follows:

Journal Field
LWT-FOOD SCI TECHNOL
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Agricultural Sciences
NAT PROTOC Biology & Biochemistry
J ANAL ATOM SPECTROM Chemistry
COCHRANE DATABASE SYST REV Clinical Medicine
PROC NAT ACAD SCI USA Computer Science
J CORP FINANC Economics & Business
TRANSP RES REC Engineering
CHEM BIODIVERS
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Environment/Ecology
NAT HAZARDS EARTH SYST SCI Geosciences
AUTOIMMUN REV Immunology
PROC NAT ACAD SCI USA Materials Science
DOKL MATH Mathematics
PLOS PATHOG Microbiology
PLOS GENET Molecular Biology & Genetics
AN ACAD BRASIL CIENC Multidisciplinary
NAT REV NEUROSCI Neuroscience & Behavior
PHARMACOGENET GENOMICS Pharmacology & Toxicology
J PHYS CHEM C Physics
BIOL INVASIONS Plant & Animal Science
EMOTION Psychiatry/Psychology
J PALLIAT MED Social Sciences, general
ASTROPHYS J LETT Space Science

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