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RISING STARS

January 2010

Following the latest bimonthly update to Essential Science IndicatorsSM from Thomson Reuters, 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 third bimonthly period of 2009 to the fourth bimonthly period of 2009—that is, from June 2009 to August 2009. These entities are singled out as Rising Stars in their respective fields.

The scientists achieving the highest percent increase in total citations for this period are given below:

Scientist Field
TIAN, SP Agricultural Sciences
LEIBLER, S Biology & Biochemistry
COLEMAN, JN
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GREEN, DR Clinical Medicine
TAMAYO, P Computer Science
VARGO, SL Economics & Business
VIDEEN, G Engineering
DIECKMANN, U Environment/Ecology
MOLINA, LT Geosciences
MARTINON, F Immunology
ROWLEY, JA Materials Science
TAKAHASHI, W Mathematics
GAILLARDIN, C Microbiology
URANO, F Molecular Biology & Genetics
HANNON, GJ Multidisciplinary
LEE, SY Neuroscience & Behavior
LI, N Pharmacology & Toxicology
ELNASCHIE, MS Physics
LIU, W Plant & Animal Science
FEHR, E Psychiatry/Psychology
JATMIKO Social Sciences, general
DUNKLEY, J Space Science

 

The institutions names as Rising Stars are as follows:

Institution Field
CHINA AGR UNIV Agricultural Sciences
PHARMACIA & UPJOHN INC Biology & Biochemistry
UNIV TEXAS DALLAS Chemistry
NEW YORK CITY DEPT HLTH & MENTAL HYG Clinical Medicine
WHITEHEAD INST BIOMED RES Computer Science
COPENHAGEN SCH ECON & BUSINESS ADM Economics & Business
NATL INST TECHNOL Engineering
INT INST APPL SYST ANAL Environment/Ecology
UNIV ATHENS Geosciences
UNIV BONN Immunology
UNIV CHICAGO Materials Science
LANZHOU UNIV Mathematics
CEA Microbiology
UNIV LYON 1 Molecular Biology & Genetics
SCRIPPS RES INST Multidisciplinary
FINCH UNIV HLTH SCI CHICAGO MED SCH Neuroscience & Behavior
UNIV CALIF LOS ANGELES Pharmacology & Toxicology
UNIV POLITECN VALENCIA Physics
UNIV ESTADUAL MARINGA Plant & Animal Science
UNIV ZURICH Psychiatry/Psychology
ROBERT KOCH INST Social Sciences, general

 

Serbia has achieved Rising Star status in multiple fields. The full list of countries named as Rising Stars is given in the following table:

Country Field
TUNISIA Agricultural Sciences
SERBIA Biology & Biochemistry
SERBIA Chemistry
SERBIA Clinical Medicine
SERBIA Computer Science
LITHUANIA Economics & Business
SERBIA Engineering
INDONESIA Environment/Ecology
REUNION Geosciences
BULGARIA Immunology
SERBIA Materials Science
SERBIA Mathematics
IRAN Microbiology
VIETNAM Molecular Biology & Genetics
CAMEROON Multidisciplinary
SERBIA Neuroscience & Behavior
SERBIA Pharmacology & Toxicology
SERBIA Physics
MADAGASCAR Plant & Animal Science
LEBANON Psychiatry/Psychology
IRAN Social Sciences, general
BOLIVIA Space Science

 

Astrophysical Journal Letters, Autoimmunity Reviews, the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, Nature Protocols, and Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research are among the journal enjoying repeat visits to the Rising Star listings. The full list of these journals is as follows:

Journal Field
SCI AGRIC Agricultural Sciences
NAT PROTOC Biology & Biochemistry
CHEM-ASIAN J Chemistry
CLIN J AM SOC NEPHROL Clinical Medicine
PROC NAT ACAD SCI USA Computer Science
ENTREP THEORY PRACT Economics & Business
IND ENG CHEM RES Engineering
BIOGEOSCIENCES Environment/Ecology
J APPL METEOROL CLIMATOL Geosciences
AUTOIMMUN REV Immunology
SOFT MATTER Materials Science
NONLINEAR ANAL-REAL WORLD APP Mathematics
ACTA BIOMATER Microbiology
NAT METHODS Molecular Biology & Genetics
SCIENCE Multidisciplinary
APPETITE Neuroscience & Behavior
SCIENCE Pharmacology & Toxicology
NAT PHOTONICS Physics
LIVEST SCI Plant & Animal Science
BEHAV RES METHODS Psychiatry/Psychology
J OPER MANAG Social Sciences, general
ASTROPHYS J LETT Space Science

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