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in-cites, January 2007
Citing URL:  http://www.in-cites.com/most_imp/
january2007.html

Rising Stars

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January 2007

Following the latest bimonthly update to Essential Science Indicators, in-cites has produced a listing of the scientists, institutions, countries, and journals that have achieved the highest percentage increase in total citations from the third bimonthly period of 2006 to the fourth bimonthly period of 2006—that is, from June 2006 to August 2006. These entities are singled out as Rising Stars in their respective fields.

The 22 scientists named as Rising Stars in the database’s 22 fields are as follows:

Scientist

Field

WU, XL

Agricultural Sciences

LIU, YC

Biology & Biochemistry

ISAKSON, PC

Chemistry

NILSSON, S

Clinical Medicine

SHUM, HY

Computer Science

KATSIKEAS, CS

Economics & Business

HARTMANN, JM

Engineering

WALTERS, MB

Environment/Ecology

LARSEN, E

Geosciences

ITIE, A

Immunology

SOKOLOV, I

Materials Science

OTHMER, HG

Mathematics

HULTGREN, SJ

Microbiology

BERNARDS, R

Molecular Biology & Genetics

CANTOR, CR

Multidisciplinary

BECHER, MW

Neuroscience & Behavior

MAYER, U

Pharmacology & Toxicology

EBBESEN, TW

Physics

WALTERS, CJ

Plant & Animal Science

MCEVOY, JP

Psychiatry/Psychology

KITSON, A

Social Sciences, general

GORDON, KD

Space Science

Emory University is paying a repeat visit to the Rising Stars list in the field of Economics & Business this month. The institutions named as Rising Stars in their respective fields are as follows:

Institution

Field

UNIV COLL DUBLIN

Agricultural Sciences

JOSLIN DIABET CTR

Biology & Biochemistry

TOYAMA UNIV

Chemistry

UNIV MANNHEIM

Clinical Medicine

UNIV COLL LONDON

Computer Science

EMORY UNIV

Economics & Business

KOBE UNIV

Engineering

BROOKHAVEN NATL LAB

Environment/Ecology

BEIJING UNIV

Geosciences

BAYLOR RES INST

Immunology

KOBE UNIV

Materials Science

MATH INST

Mathematics

UNIV SO CALIF

Microbiology

NETHERLANDS CANC INST

Molecular Biology & Genetics

NIAID

Multidisciplinary

UNIV REGENSBURG

Neuroscience & Behavior

NETHERLANDS CANC INST

Pharmacology & Toxicology

NANYANG TECHNOL UNIV

Physics

GEORGIA INST TECHNOL

Plant & Animal Science

UNIV BARCELONA

Psychiatry/Psychology

SMITHSONIAN INST

Social Sciences, general

APACHE POINT OBSERV

Space Science

Iran, Panama, and the United Arab Emirates have each been named as Rising Stars in more than one field of the database. The full listing of countries named as Rising Stars is given in the table below:

Country

Field

IRAN

Agricultural Sciences

IRAN

Biology & Biochemistry

MACEDONIA

Chemistry

TUNISIA

Clinical Medicine

LITHUANIA

Computer Science

LEBANON

Economics & Business

U ARAB EMIRATES

Engineering

URUGUAY

Environment/Ecology

IRAN

Geosciences

PERU

Immunology

IRAN

Materials Science

U ARAB EMIRATES

Mathematics

PEOPLES R CHINA

Microbiology

PANAMA

Molecular Biology & Genetics

TURKEY

Multidisciplinary

ROMANIA

Neuroscience & Behavior

BOLIVIA

Pharmacology & Toxicology

BOSNIA & HERCEG

Physics

PANAMA

Plant & Animal Science

INDONESIA

Psychiatry/Psychology

TRINID & TOBAGO

Social Sciences, general

NAMIBIA

Space Science

The New Journal of Physics, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Biostatistics, Eukaryotic Cell, and PLoS Biology are among the journals that have been named as Rising Stars in multiple updates. The complete list is given in the table below:

Journal

Field

J FOOD COMPOS ANAL

Agricultural Sciences

PLOS BIOL

Biology & Biochemistry

NANO LETT

Chemistry

NAT REV CANCER

Clinical Medicine

SCIENCE

Computer Science

INT J FORECASTING

Economics & Business

IEEE TRANS WIREL COMMUN

Engineering

PROC NAT ACAD SCI USA

Environment/Ecology

ATMOS CHEM PHYS

Geosciences

NAT REV IMMUNOL

Immunology

J NANOSCI NANOTECHNOL

Materials Science

BIOSTATISTICS

Mathematics

EUKARYOT CELL

Microbiology

GENOME BIOL

Molecular Biology & Genetics

SCIENCE

Multidisciplinary

NAT REV NEUROSCI

Neuroscience & Behavior

CURR OPIN PHARMACOL

Pharmacology & Toxicology

NEW J PHYS

Physics

FEMS YEAST RES

Plant & Animal Science

PSICOTHEMA

Psychiatry/Psychology

SYMB INTERACT

Social Sciences, general

CHINESE J ASTRON ASTROPHYS

Space Science

Full citation details of all of these most-improved entities can be seen in Essential Science Indicators.

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