Rising Stars> July 2011

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

 Red balloons are released outside the Financial Services Authority offices in London's Canary Wharf financial district September 15, 2009. REUTERS/Kevin Coomb. 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 2010 to the first bimonthly period of 2011—that is, from December 2010 to February 2011. 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 July 2011.

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

SCIENTISTS

Those scientists named as Rising Stars in their fields are given in the table below:

Scientist Field
YIN, YL Agricultural Sciences
RUBIN, GM Biology & Biochemistry
ROGERS, JA Chemistry
STOFFEL, M Clinical Medicine
LIBRADO, P Computer Science
DESAI, MA Economics & Business
TEZDUYAR, TE
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Engineering
THRALL, PH Environment/Ecology
FALKOWSKI, PG Geosciences
YU, J Immunology
SHENG, HW Materials Science
DEMANET, L Mathematics
LOO, YM Microbiology
YANG, H Molecular Biology & Genetics
ALON, U Multidisciplinary
BEVAN, S Neuroscience & Behavior
CHOI, YH Pharmacology & Toxicology
ROMANIOUK, A Physics
WILLIS, JH Plant & Animal Science
VANERP, TGM Psychiatry/Psychology
NORELL, MA Social Sciences, general
BOUCHY, F Space Science

INSTITUTIONS

Among the institutions, the Rising Stars are:

Institution Field
JIANGNAN UNIV Agricultural Sciences
MED UNIV VIENNA Biology & Biochemistry
CHARLES UNIV PRAGUE Chemistry
SAITAMA MED UNIV Clinical Medicine
INST GENET & BIOL MOL & CELLULAIRE Computer Science
COPENHAGEN SCH ECON & BUSINESS ADM Economics & Business
VILNIUS GEDIMINAS TECH UNIV Engineering
S AFRICAN NATL BIODIVERS INST Environment/Ecology
UNIV CINCINNATI Geosciences
MED UNIV VIENNA Immunology
GWANGJU INST SCI & TECHNOL Materials Science
GENE LOG INC Mathematics
HLTH PROTECT AGCY Microbiology
ECOLE POLYTECH FED LAUSANNE Molecular Biology & Genetics
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV Multidisciplinary
GLAXOSMITHKLINE INC Neuroscience & Behavior
UNIV READING Pharmacology & Toxicology
ICREA Physics
NATL INST LIVESTOCK & GRASSLAND SCI Plant & Animal Science
ZUCKER HILLSIDE HOSP Psychiatry/Psychology
SAN FRANCISCO VET AFFAIRS MED CTR Social Sciences, general
UNIV PIERRE & MARIE CURIE Space Science

COUNTRIES

Serbia continues its domination of this analysis, with Rising Star status in multiple fields. Costa Rica has distinguished itself with Rising Star status in two fields. The full list of countries named as Rising Stars is as follows:

Country Field
SERBIA Agricultural Sciences
SERBIA Biology & Biochemistry
SERBIA Chemistry
SERBIA Clinical Medicine
SERBIA Computer Science
LITHUANIA Economics & Business
SERBIA Engineering
IRAN Environment/Ecology
SRI LANKA Geosciences
U ARAB EMIRATES Immunology
SERBIA Materials Science
PAKISTAN Mathematics
COSTA RICA Microbiology
TANZANIA Molecular Biology & Genetics
VENEZUELA Multidisciplinary
COSTA RICA Neuroscience & Behavior
SERBIA Pharmacology & Toxicology
SERBIA Physics
SERBIA Plant & Animal Science
SERBIA Psychiatry/Psychology
SERBIA Social Sciences, general
SERBIA Space Science

JOURNALS

ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces is making its second visit to the Rising Stars ranks, while its sister journal ACS Nano has made the list for the eighth time. Other journals enjoying repeat visits to this list include: Clinical and Vaccine Immunology, Nature Geoscience, the European Journal of Pain, and Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. All of the journals named as Rising Stars are given in the table below:

Journal Field
FOODBORNE PATHOG DIS
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Agricultural Sciences
AFR J BIOTECHNOL Biology & Biochemistry
ACS NANO
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Chemistry
PLOS ONE Clinical Medicine
J DISP TECHNOL Computer Science
TECHNOL ECON DEV ECON Economics & Business
IND ENG CHEM RES Engineering
MOL ECOL RESOUR Environment/Ecology
NAT GEOSCI
ScienceWatch.com Interview
Geosciences
CLIN VACCINE IMMUNOL
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Immunology
ACS APPL MATER INTERFACES Materials Science
COMMUN NONLINEAR SCI NUMER SI Mathematics
CELL HOST MICROBE Microbiology
CELL METAB Molecular Biology & Genetics
J SCI IND RES INDIA Multidisciplinary
EUR J PAIN Neuroscience & Behavior
EXPERT OPIN DRUG METAB TOXICO Pharmacology & Toxicology
NAT PHOTONICS Physics
ANIMAL Plant & Animal Science
BEHAV RES METHODS Psychiatry/Psychology
JUDGM DECIS MAK Social Sciences, general
ASTROPHYS J LETT Space Science
 

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