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ScienceWatch.com from Thomson Reuters 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.
"Chemokines are cytokines that display chemotactic functions and
coordinate the homeostatic circulation of..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Sep. 2009
"The Large Area Telescope (LAT) on the Fermi Gamma-ray
Fast Breaking Paper, Apr. 2010
"This is a theoretical paper, and its essence is a model that we
proposed to explain the origin of the power laws..."
Featured Paper Interview, Nov. 2008
"The intestine is a popular choice for scientists wanting to study
the regulation of tissue renewal because it is the..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Jul. 2009
"I have always been aware that COPD is a major clinical problem,
but I only started to do research into COPD around 10 years
Special Topic of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease), Feb. 2010
"Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) are
amongst the most prevalent diseases..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Aug. 2009
"Our paper presents the first calculation, based on screened-hybrid
Special Topic of Graphene, Jan. 2009
"This paper showed that heterologous rAd26/rAd5 and rAd35/rAd5
vaccine regimens expressing SIV Gag afforded..."
New Hot Paper, May 2010
"Isoniazid is one of the most important TB drugs. Of the 7.8
million people who get diagnosed with TB, virtually all... "
Special Topic of Tuberculosis, Aug. 2009
"The paper describes the latest version of the Jalview multiple
sequence alignment editor and analysis workbench..."
New Hot Paper, Jan. 2009
"This paper considered the possibility of combining screen-printed
thick-film piezoelectric layers with micromachined
Featured Scientist Interview, Nov. 2008
"My interests in Physics and Astronomy were piqued somewhat
randomly around 7th-8th grade when I picked..."
Featured Scientist, May 2010
"There is a general lack of information on the fate and effects of
engineered nanoparticles in aquatic systems..."
New Hot Paper, Mar. 2010
"At Oxford I studied information engineering
and machine learning for my MEng degree. I was interested in
Featured Scientist Interview, Oct. 2009
"It is becoming increasingly recognized that mathematical modelling
New Hot Papers, Sep. 2009
"The identification and quantification of the individual phenols of
virgin olive oil are of great interest because..."
Featured Scientist Interview, Dec. 2008
"We don't publish much but it's nice to hear papers we do publish
do get cited for whatever reason or sparking at least new
Featured Scientist, March 2011
"It’s a cognitive disorder really. If you look at motor
dysfunction, the problem is you can find nerves and muscles all
over the place. For loss of cognition, you’re really in
Special Topic of Alzheimer's Disease, September 2011
"...our study clearly showed that the maintenance DNA
methyltransferase MET1 is responsible for silencing of..."
Special Topic of Epigenetics, May 2009
"The manuscript describes elucidation and detailed characterization
of a new mechanistic..."
Fast Moving Front, May 2010
"ENCODE was one of a series of projects that followed on the human
genome project. At the end of 2003..."
Science Watch® Newsletter Interview, Jan. 2009
"In the summer of 1994, I went to work with Ed Fenimore at Los
Alamos National Laboratory for my first research project..."
Special Topic of Gamma-ray Bursts, Aug. 2009
"This article is likely highly-cited because it provides both a
Fast Breaking Paper, Apr. 2010
"Invasive cervical cancer in the majority of
countries in the world is still the #1 or #2 cancer in
Special Topic of Human Papillomavirus, Aug. 2008
"In the US, the average radiation dose to which we are exposed has
doubled in the past 30 years. The average dose..."
Featured Paper Interview, Mar. 2010
"Suicidal events in the treatment of adolescent depression occur
early in treatment, are more common in those who..."
Fast Breaking Papers, Feb. 2010
"Quantum computation uses the fundamental properties of quantum
systems, such as atoms, or photons..."
Special Topic of Quantum Computers, Aug. 2010
"Tuberculosis has had a huge impact on human
history, and continues to claim millions of lives at the
Special Topic of Tuberculosis, Apr. 2009
"The paper describes a genetic mutation that can cause ALS
(amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig’s
New Hot Paper, Mar. 2010
"My research is now focusing on poverty and how entrepreneurship
can help to solve the issues of poverty, particularly for
Featured Scientist, February 2011
"Our paper provides the interested users with a tool to interpret
the spectral energy distributions..."
Fast Moving Fronts, Nov. 2009
"I think the paper has been well cited because it was one of the
first event-related fMRI studies to show effects of
Emerging Research Front, Apr. 2010
"This paper and a number of subsequent ones arose from a well timed
sabbatical visit at MIT just when the Izmit earthquake..."
Special Topic of Earthquakes, October 2010
"This paper was the first meta-analysis—or quantitative
summary—of the research on motivational interviewing
Special Topic of Underage/College Drinking, Nov. 2008
"If you’re looking for a place to cheer yourself up after
reading the latest economic news, Science Watch does not
Featured Scientist, November 2011
"When I heard that RHIC was going to be constructed in the 1980s, I
did some semi-analytical work trying to see what one..."
Special Topic of Hadron Colliders, April 2011
"Given the parade of such reliably sensational spectacles as the
trial of O.J. Simpson in 1995 or the recent proceedings involving
the murder conviction of American student Amanda..."
Featured Scientist, September 2011
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