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Henry Friedman Discusses the Quagmire of Glioblastoma
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analysis of glioblastoma research over the past decade shows that the
work of Dr. Henry Friedman ranks at #6 by total papers and #15 by
total cites, based on 89 papers cited a total of 3,894 times. Three of
these papers rank among the top 20 papers over the past decade or over
the past two years. In
Essential Science IndicatorsSM his work includes
177 papers, the majority of which are classified in the field of Clinical
Medicine, cited a total of 5,003 times between January 1, 2001 and August
31, 2011. In this interview, he talks with ScienceWatch.com
correspondent Gary Taubes about his highly cited work.
New Hot Paper Commentary for January 2012
Gerd Gigerenzer & Henry Brighton on Heuristics in Human Decision Making
In connection with their New Hot Paper in the field of
& Henry Brighton speak with ScienceWatch.com about their
2009 TOP CONG SCI paper, "Homo Heuristicus: Why Biased Minds Make
Better Inferences." From the interview: "The paper describes the major
discoveries in the study of heuristics, and presents a new explanation for
why heuristics enable..."
Colombo Bolognesi Talks about a High-Electron-Mobility Transistor
Bolognesi talks about his 2010 IEEE ELECTRON DEV LETT paper, "205-GHz
(Al,In)N/GaN HEMTs," from the field of Engineering in this New Hot Papers
commentary. The author has also included an image of his work in this
field. From the interview: "Our paper reported the very first gallium
nitride (GaN)-based transistors to show cutoff frequencies exceeding 200
GHz. This breakthrough was accomplished..."
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"Jürgen Rehm on the Global Burden of Alcohol Use on Death," Fast Moving Front commentary in Clinical Medicine.