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All Author Commentaries/Interviews for July 2011

ScienceWatch.com from Clarivate Analytics takes you behind the scenes of highly cited research in these interviews, essays, and rankings featuring researchers in a variety of fields. Author commentaries come from all areas of ScienceWatch.com. There are also interviews with authors featured within every Special Topic and corresponding Research Front Map.

In addition, there are comments from authors who have papers featured in Emerging Research Fronts, Fast-Moving Fronts, New Hot Papers, Fast-Breaking Papers, Current Classics, and Top Topics. Search for an author by year, month, or alphabetically. Many interviews and comments include images of the authors’ work featured in their papers.

Commentaries/Interviews for July 2011

 
 

Nico Boon

"Considering the current global biodiversity crisis, the biodiversity-stability relationship and the effect of biodiversity on..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2011

 

Stephen Calderwood

"One of the most exciting and fun parts of the NIH grant mechanism under which we work – the International Collaborations in..."
Special Topic of Cholera, July 2011

 

Manjula Canagaratna & Nga Lee Ng

"...integrates organic aerosol measurements from 43 different ambient environments in the northern hemisphere to..."
New Hot Papers, July 2011

 

Arijit Chatterjee

"Apart from qualitative descriptions, organizational researchers had not systematically examined self-absorbed CEOs, perhaps..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2011

 

Mathieu Dubé

"After 15 years without significant progress, the discovery of Tetherin in 2008 was a major breakthrough in the field of HIV research..."
New Hot Papers, July 2011

 

Liv Hornekær

"Opening a band gap in graphene of sufficient size for real applications is one of the holy grails in graphene research..."
New Hot Papers, July 2011

 

Ralph D. Lorenz

"Titan is an amazing place - unique in our solar system - in being an icy moon with a thick atmosphere and a hydrological cycle..."
Special Topic of Planetary Exploration, July 2011

 

Tom Goldstein & Stanley Osher

"Our paper is highly cited because it gives state-of-the-art fast, simple, and versatile numerical algorithms for solving..."
New Hot Papers, July 2011

 

Robert R. McCrae

"Our paper is widely cited presumably because it includes so large a sample of cultures, examines the best established model..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2011

 

Mark P. Mattson

"We started studying what might be responsible for the death of nerve cells in Alzheimer’s disease. That was when the amyloid..."
Special Topic of Alzheimer's Disease, July 2011

 

James B. Meigs

"For more than 16 years my major research interest has been the cause and prevention of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular..."
Special Topic of Metabolic Syndrome, July 2011

 

Mark S. Slaughter

"Our paper "Advanced heart failure treated with continuous-flow left ventricular assist device" was very important and now..."
New Hot Papers, July 2011

 

T. Thonhauser

"This paper is significant because it provides a theoretical method to describe weak van der Waals interactions in materials in a..."
Fast Moving Fronts, July 2011

 

Christopher J. Truffer

"...it provides a comprehensive set of projections of health expenditures in the US (and it represents the government's..."
New Hot Papers, July 2011

 

Michael Washburn

"I got my Ph.D. in biochemistry and toxicology at Michigan State University. It was after I actually finished my degree, I still had..."
Featured Scientist, July 2011

 

Richard K. Wilson

"A pufferfish and a platypus. Diatoms. Bacteria that cause tuberculosis, cholera, typhus, the flu, anthrax, and ulcers..."
Featured Scientist, July 2011

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