Rising Stars> September 2010

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

 

A man takes a picture as smoke covers the skyline of Quebec City May 30, 2010. A smoke cloud coming from the forest fires of Wemotaci was blown over Quebec City by high North West winds, according to Environment Canada. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger.


Following the latest bimonthly update to Essential Science IndicatorsSM from Clarivate Analytics, ScienceWatch.comhas produced a listing of the scientists, institutions, countries, and journals that have achieved the highest percentage increase in total citations from the first bimonthly period of 2010 to the second bimonthly period of 2010—that is, from February to April 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 September 2010.

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

SCIENTISTS

The Rising Stars among the scientists are given in the following table:

Scientist Field
LIU, J Agricultural Sciences
GUARENTE, L Biology & Biochemistry
MURRAY, CB Chemistry
JAENISCH, R Clinical Medicine
DUDLEY, J Computer Science
POLASKY, S Economics & Business
HAMEED, BH Engineering
DANOVARO, R Environment/Ecology
LEUENBERGER, M Geosciences
HORI, S Immunology
BHATIA, SN Materials Science
YAO, JC Mathematics
ZHAO, GP Microbiology
TAIPALE, J Molecular Biology & Genetics
PAULSEN, I Multidisciplinary
BOCK, E Neuroscience & Behavior
COLVIN, VL Pharmacology & Toxicology
CHEN, MC Physics
FRANK, KT Plant & Animal Science
VANERP, TGM Psychiatry/Psychology
WADLEY, L Social Sciences, general
DUNKLEY, J Space Science

INSTITUTIONS

The institutions showing the highest percent increase in total citations are as follows:

Institution Field
NORWEGIAN UNIV LIFE SCI Agricultural Sciences
TOKYO METROPOLITAN UNIV Biology & Biochemistry
IBM CORP Chemistry
ROYAL BRISBANE & WOMENS HOSP Clinical Medicine
INST GENET & BIOL MOL & CELLULAIRE Computer Science
COPENHAGEN SCH ECON & BUSINESS ADM Economics & Business
UNIV SAINS MALAYSIA Engineering
CITY UNIV HONG KONG Environment/Ecology
UNIV TRIESTE Geosciences
KYOTO UNIV Immunology
SICHUAN UNIV Materials Science
TOKYO INST TECHNOL Mathematics
HOWARD HUGHES MED INST Microbiology
UNIV FERRARA Molecular Biology & Genetics
PRINCETON UNIV Multidisciplinary
CHARITE UNIV MED BERLIN Neuroscience & Behavior
ASTRAZENECA R&D Pharmacology & Toxicology
CCAST Physics
UNIV AGR FAISALABAD Plant & Animal Science
UNIV BERN Psychiatry/Psychology
INT INST APPL SYST ANAL Social Sciences, general
UNIV PARIS DIDEROT Space Science

COUNTRIES

Once again, Serbia is being named a Rising Star in multiple fields. The full list of countries is given in the table below:

Country Field
SERBIA Agricultural Sciences
CAMEROON Biology & Biochemistry
SERBIA Chemistry
SERBIA Clinical Medicine
SERBIA Computer Science
LITHUANIA Economics & Business
SERBIA Engineering
MONACO Environment/Ecology
NIGER Geosciences
SAUDI ARABIA Immunology
SERBIA Materials Science
SERBIA Mathematics
IRAN Microbiology
TANZANIA Molecular Biology & Genetics
HUNGARY Multidisciplinary
SERBIA Neuroscience & Behavior
SERBIA Pharmacology & Toxicology
SERBIA Physics
LUXEMBOURG Plant & Animal Science
COSTA RICA Psychiatry/Psychology
IRAN Social Sciences, general
SERBIA Space Science

JOURNALS

Journals experiencing repeat visits to the Rising Stars listing include ACS Nano, Cell Stem Cell, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, Nature Geoscience, Clinical and Vaccine Immunology, Cell Host Microbe, EPL, and Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. The full list of journals named as Rising Stars is as follows:

Journal Field
AGRON SUSTAIN DEV Agricultural Sciences
NAT PROTOC Biology & Biochemistry
ACS NANO
ScienceWatch.com Interview
Chemistry
CELL STEM CELL Clinical Medicine
INT J INF TECHNOL DECIS MAK Computer Science
INT BUS REV Economics & Business
IND ENG CHEM RES Engineering
BIOGEOSCIENCES Environment/Ecology
NAT GEOSCI Geosciences
CLIN VACCINE IMMUNOL Immunology
MAT SCI ENG C-BIOMIM SUPRAM S Materials Science
COMMUN NONLINEAR SCI NUMER SI Mathematics
CELL HOST MICROBE Microbiology
NAT METHODS Molecular Biology & Genetics
AN ACAD BRASIL CIENC Multidisciplinary
CORTEX Neuroscience & Behavior
MOL PHARM Pharmacology & Toxicology
EPL Physics
PAKISTAN J BOT Plant & Animal Science
BEHAV RES METHODS Psychiatry/Psychology
SCIENCE Social Sciences, general
J COSMOL ASTROPART PHYS Space Science
 

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