Rising Stars> November 2010

SCIENTISTS, INSTITUTIONS, COUNTRIES, & JOURNALS WITH THE LARGEST INCREASE IN TOTAL CITATIONS

A man is silhouetted as he inflates balloons to sell in Lahore May 9, 2010. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza. 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 second bimonthly period of 2010 to the third bimonthly period of 2010—that is, from April to June 2010.

These entities are singled out as Rising Stars in their respective fields.

 

Select from the tabs above to view the list of Rising Stars for November 2010.

For full citation details on all these Rising Stars, please see Essential Science Indicators.

SCIENTISTS

The scientists named as Rising Stars include the following:

Scientist Field
AVIRAM, M Agricultural Sciences
KUBO, T Biology & Biochemistry
HERRMANN, WA Chemistry
SAKAGUCHI, S Clinical Medicine
DUDLEY, J Computer Science
GEELS, FW Economics & Business
SUTER, M Engineering
SARMIENTO, JL Environment/Ecology
HOPPE, P Geosciences
COOVADIA, HM Immunology
COLEMAN, JN
ScienceWatch.com Interview
Materials Science
COMBETTES, PL Mathematics
EMBLEY, TM Microbiology
DIXIT, VM Molecular Biology & Genetics
DELONG, EF Multidisciplinary
LONNQVIST, J Neuroscience & Behavior
SANGUINETTI, MC Pharmacology & Toxicology
KAWATA, S Physics
CHEN, XM Plant & Animal Science
STEKETEE, G Psychiatry/Psychology
GIBSON, C Social Sciences, general
DUNKLEY, J Space Science

INSTITUTIONS

The Rising Stars among the institutions are listed in the table below:

Institution Field
AKDENIZ UNIV Agricultural Sciences
TOKYO METROPOLITAN UNIV Biology & Biochemistry
ISLAM AZAD UNIV Chemistry
SHANTOU UNIV Clinical Medicine
INST GENET & BIOL MOL & CELLULAIRE Computer Science
DREXEL UNIV Economics & Business
UNIV ONTARIO Engineering
CEA Environment/Ecology
AMER MUSEUM NAT HIST Geosciences
LOS ALAMOS NATL LAB Immunology
UNIV TEXAS DALLAS Materials Science
LANZHOU UNIV Mathematics
UNIV DUNDEE Microbiology
AUSTRALIAN NATL UNIV Molecular Biology & Genetics
UNIV CALIF IRVINE Multidisciplinary
CHARITE UNIV MED BERLIN Neuroscience & Behavior
SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIV Pharmacology & Toxicology
UNIV SIEGEN Physics
ZOOL SOC SAN DIEGO
ScienceWatch.com Interview
Plant & Animal Science
BUTLER HOSP Psychiatry/Psychology
UNIV KWAZULU NATAL Social Sciences, general
UNIV PARIS DIDEROT Space Science

COUNTRIES

Serbia has once again achieved the highest percent increase in total citations in multiple fields. Malaysia has also achieved Rising Star status in two fields. The full list of institutions named as Rising Stars for this period is as follows:

Country Field
SERBIA Agricultural Sciences
SERBIA Biology & Biochemistry
SERBIA Chemistry
SERBIA Clinical Medicine
SERBIA Computer Science
LITHUANIA Economics & Business
SERBIA Engineering
MADAGASCAR Environment/Ecology
LUXEMBOURG Geosciences
MALAYSIA Immunology
SERBIA Materials Science
MALAYSIA Mathematics
BURKINA FASO Microbiology
URUGUAY Molecular Biology & Genetics
SINGAPORE Multidisciplinary
ARMENIA Neuroscience & Behavior
SERBIA Pharmacology & Toxicology
SERBIA Physics
GUADELOUPE Plant & Animal Science
UKRAINE Psychiatry/Psychology
SYRIA Social Sciences, general
VATICAN Space Science

JOURNALS

Several journals are enjoying repeat visits to the Rising Star list, including: Nature Protocols, ACS Nano, Cell Stem Cell, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, Nature Geoscience, Clinical and Vaccine Immunology, EPL, Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, ChemMedChem, BMC Plant Biology, and the Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. The full list of journals named as Rising Stars is given in the table below:

Journal Field
FOOD NUTR BULL Agricultural Sciences
NAT PROTOC Biology & Biochemistry
ACS NANO
ScienceWatch.com Interview
Chemistry
CELL STEM CELL Clinical Medicine
IBM J RES DEVELOP Computer Science
TOTAL QUAL MANAG BUS EXCELL Economics & Business
IND ENG CHEM RES Engineering
REV BRAS CIENC SOLO Environment/Ecology
NAT GEOSCI Geosciences
CLIN VACCINE IMMUNOL Immunology
SCI TECHNOL ADV MATER Materials Science
COMMUN NONLINEAR SCI NUMER SI Mathematics
CELL HOST MICROBE Microbiology
CELL CYCLE Molecular Biology & Genetics
C R ACAD BULG SCI Multidisciplinary
EUR J PAIN Neuroscience & Behavior
CHEMMEDCHEM
ScienceWatch.com Interview
Pharmacology & Toxicology
EPL Physics
BMC PLANT BIOL Plant & Animal Science
ANNU REV CLIN PSYCHOL Psychiatry/Psychology
J WOUND OSTOMY CONT NURS Social Sciences, general
J COSMOL ASTROPART PHYS Space Science
 

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