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incites provides a behind the scenes look at the scientists, journals, institutions, nations, and research selected by ISI Essential Science Indicators Web product. Read interviews, first-person essays and rankings about/by people in a wide variety of fields and professions. View selected overall and field rankings, pertinent statistics on the principles behind the data, the latest version of the database, including new entrants and most improved entities in the rankings, information on field definitions, citation thresholds, and graphing trends. Updated weekly is SCI-BYTES: a summary of what’s new in research.

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Dr. David Donoho's WAVELAB 802 for Matlab5.x Dr. David Donoho of Stanford University talks about the results of an ISI survey done in 2000 on high-impact papers of the 1990s...Read the article
Organic LettersDr. Amos Smith, the editor of Organic Letters, recently speaks about the citation record of this journal. In both the November 2001 and January 2002 updates, Organic Letters achieved the highest increase in total citations, moving steadily up in the chemistry journal rankings in...Read the article
Dr. Guy BarantonDr. Guy Baranton of the Institut Pasteur in Paris, France talks about his highly cited work in the field of Microbiology...Read the article
Dr. Wayne KatonDr. Wayne J. Katon talks about his highly cited paper that is among the top 20 papers of the past decade in the field of Social Sciences...Read the article
FrancePublication and citation performance for France in the field of Microbiology over the last decade...Read the article
Rice University's Center for Nanoscale Science and TechnologyRice University is ranked at #3 among institutions doing research in nanotechnology, according to a ESI Special Topics analysis on the past decade of research in this area. Director of Rice’s Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology, Dr. Richard Smalley, talks about the Center’s role in Rice’s citation record...Read the article


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The most-cited new entrants in each of ISI Essential Science Indicators 22 fields, for the most recent bimonthly update, and for earlier updates as well.
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incites, is dedicated to providing commentary and analysis on some of the most important scientific advances of our time in the words of the scientists who made those advances. It is designed to complement the citation count rankings featured in ISI Essential Science Indicators  Web product from ISI, a ten-year compilation of citation statistics on scientific authors, papers, institutions, countries, and journals; updated bimonthly. Read more about incites.
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