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RISING STARS

March 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 fourth to the fifth bimonthly periods of 2008—that is, August to October 2008. These entities are singled out as Rising Stars in their respective fields.

 The Rising Stars among the scientists are::

Scientist Field
BENDINI, A
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Agricultural Sciences
COLLINS, JJ Biology & Biochemistry
SIRRINGHAUS, H Chemistry
ULLRICH, A Clinical Medicine
SHARAN, R Computer Science
LOCKETT, A Economics & Business
TEZDUYAR, TE Engineering
GILL, JA Environment/Ecology
MCNALLY, AP Geosciences
NAGATA, S Immunology
XU, J Materials Science
GUTMAN, I Mathematics
COX, NJ Microbiology
BLAKESLEY, RW Molecular Biology & Genetics
TANAKA, Y Multidisciplinary
XU, HX Neuroscience & Behavior
LICHTMAN, AH Pharmacology & Toxicology
POIREAU, V Physics
BEHRENFELD, MJ Plant & Animal Science
DEHAENE, S Psychiatry/Psychology
THORNE, A Social Sciences, general
ODEGARD, N Space Science

 

The University of Hamburg has achieved Rising Star status in two fields—Neuroscience & Behavior and Psychiatry & Psychology. The full list of institutions is below:

Institution Field
SELCUK UNIV Agricultural Sciences
INST CANC RES Biology & Biochemistry
SUN YAT SEN UNIV Chemistry
CELL GENESYS INC Clinical Medicine
PRINCETON UNIV Computer Science
GEORGIA INST TECHNOL
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Economics & Business
CENT S UNIV TECHNOL Engineering
BEIJING UNIV Environment/Ecology
SWISS FED INST ENVIRONM SCI & TECHNOL Geosciences
NIDDK Immunology
NANKAI UNIV Materials Science
OSAKA UNIV Mathematics
UNIV HEIDELBERG Microbiology
AFFYMETRIX INC Molecular Biology & Genetics
UNIV N CAROLINA Multidisciplinary
UNIV HAMBURG Neuroscience & Behavior
SCRIPPS RES INST Pharmacology & Toxicology
PERIMETER INST THEORET PHYS Physics
ZOOL SOC SAN DIEGO Plant & Animal Science
UNIV HAMBURG Psychiatry/Psychology
UNIV NEW ENGLAND Social Sciences, general
INAF Space Science

 

Bangladesh, Iran, and Serbia have distinguished themselves in more than one field in this update period. The full list of countries named as Rising Stars are as follows:

Country Field
TUNISIA Agricultural Sciences
IRAN Biology & Biochemistry
SERBIA Chemistry
IRAN Clinical Medicine
PAKISTAN Computer Science
VIETNAM Economics & Business
LIBYA Engineering
IRAN Environment/Ecology
BANGLADESH Geosciences
BULGARIA Immunology
ICELAND Materials Science
SERBIA Mathematics
IRAN Microbiology
GAMBIA Molecular Biology & Genetics
WALES Multidisciplinary
JORDAN Neuroscience & Behavior
BANGLADESH Pharmacology & Toxicology
SERBIA MONTENEG Physics
TUNISIA Plant & Animal Science
MALTA Psychiatry/Psychology
INDONESIA Social Sciences, general
SLOVENIA Space Science

 

LWT-Food Science and Technology, Chemistry & Biodiversity, and Zootaxa are enjoying repeat visits to the Rising Star lists. All the journals on the list are given below:

Journal Field
LWT-FOOD SCI TECHNOL
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Agricultural Sciences
NAT CHEM BIOL Biology & Biochemistry
ASIAN J CHEM Chemistry
J SEX MED Clinical Medicine
PROC NAT ACAD SCI USA Computer Science
J POLICY MODELING Economics & Business
SENSORS Engineering
CHEM BIODIVERS
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Environment/Ecology
OCEAN MODEL Geosciences
NAT REV IMMUNOL Immunology
SOFT MATTER Materials Science
NONLINEAR ANAL-REAL WORLD APP Mathematics
BMC MICROBIOL Microbiology
PLOS GENET Molecular Biology & Genetics
SCIENCE Multidisciplinary
CORTEX Neuroscience & Behavior
PHARMACOGENET GENOMICS Pharmacology & Toxicology
J PHYS CHEM C Physics
ZOOTAXA
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Plant & Animal Science
AIDS BEHAV Psychiatry/Psychology
J PALLIAT MED Social Sciences, general
INT J MOD PHYS D Space Science

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