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Rising Stars

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March 2005

In-cites has produced a listing of most-improved scientists, institutions, countries, and journals from the latest bimonthly update to the ISI Essential Science Indicators Web product. These "most-improved" entities are those that show the largest percentage increase in total citations from the fourth bimonthly period of 2004 to the fifth bimonthly period of 2004—that is, from August 2004 to October 2004—across ISI Essential Science Indicators’ 22 fields.

The most-improved scientists across the database’s 22 fields are listed below:

Scientist

Field

LACROIX, M

Agricultural Sciences

BOTSTEIN, D

Biology & Biochemistry

HUMMELEN, JC

Chemistry

ISHIZAKI, T

Clinical Medicine

DORIGO, M

Computer Science

FERRIS, GR

Economics & Business

KOHYAMA, A

Engineering

ENQUIST, BJ

Environment/Ecology

REYNOLDS, RW

Geosciences

SUN, YL

Immunology

STUPP, SI

Materials Science

CHEBOTAR, MA

Mathematics

HULTGREN, SJ

Microbiology

LYNCH, M

Molecular Biology & Genetics

HUNTER, T

Multidisciplinary

NOTTEBOHM, F

Neuroscience & Behavior

CHEN, J

Pharmacology & Toxicology

BICHSEL, H

Physics

DEVLIN, PF

Plant & Animal Science

LEDOUX, JE

Psychiatry/Psychology

COLLARD, M

Social Sciences, general

LANGE, AE

Space Science

The 22 most-improved institutions are as follows:

Institution

Field

UNIV EXTREMADURA

Agricultural Sciences

NATL LIB MED

Biology & Biochemistry

WUHAN UNIV

Chemistry

M&M MED BIOINFORMAT

Clinical Medicine

TOKYO METROPOLITAN UNIV

Computer Science

SUNY BUFFALO

Economics & Business

AIST

Engineering

LOS ALAMOS NATL LAB

Environment/Ecology

UNIV GLASGOW

Geosciences

SUNY BUFFALO

Immunology

AIST

Materials Science

CHINESE UNIV HONG KONG

Mathematics

UNIV LONDON KINGS COLL

Microbiology

UNIV PAVIA

Molecular Biology & Genetics

PRINCETON UNIV

Multidisciplinary

SUNY BUFFALO

Neuroscience & Behavior

WEIZMANN INST SCI

Pharmacology & Toxicology

AIST

Physics

NATL INST AGROBIOL SCI

Plant & Animal Science

SUNY BUFFALO

Psychiatry/Psychology

SUNY BUFFALO

Social Sciences, general

UNIV MASSACHUSETTS

Space Science

The People’s Republic of China has achieved most-improved standings in both Clinical Medicine and Immunology in this update. The full list of most-improved countries is given below:

Country

Field

LITHUANIA

Agricultural Sciences

VIETNAM

Biology & Biochemistry

NEW CALEDONIA

Chemistry

PEOPLES R CHINA

Clinical Medicine

CYPRUS

Computer Science

URUGUAY

Economics & Business

LATVIA

Engineering

ECUADOR

Environment/Ecology

THAILAND

Geosciences

PEOPLES R CHINA

Immunology

TURKEY

Materials Science

ESTONIA

Mathematics

CHILE

Microbiology

NIGERIA

Molecular Biology & Genetics

PORTUGAL

Multidisciplinary

LUXEMBOURG

Neuroscience & Behavior

MOROCCO

Pharmacology & Toxicology

AZERBAIJAN

Physics

MALI

Plant & Animal Science

UKRAINE

Psychiatry/Psychology

FIJI

Social Sciences, general

WALES

Space Science

Nature Reviews Immunology, Nature Reviews Neuroscience, Cancer Cell, Developmental Cell, and the Journal of High Energy Physics are enjoying repeat visits to our most-improved listing. The full list of the most-improved journals is given in the table below:

Journal

Field

J PLANT NUTR SOIL SCI

Agricultural Sciences

CANCER CELL

Biology & Biochemistry

NANO LETT

Chemistry

NAT REV CANCER

Clinical Medicine

BMC BIOINFORMATICS

Computer Science

MATH FINANC

Economics & Business

INT J THERM SCI

Engineering

GLOBAL ECOL BIOGEOGR

Environment/Ecology

REPRODUCTION

Geosciences

NAT REV IMMUNOL

Immunology

NAT MATER

Materials Science

J ROY STAT SOC SER B-STAT MET

Mathematics

MICROBIOLOGY-SGM

Microbiology

DEV CELL

Molecular Biology & Genetics

ANN SCI

Multidisciplinary

NAT REV NEUROSCI

Neuroscience & Behavior

NAT REV DRUG DISCOV

Pharmacology & Toxicology

J HIGH ENERGY PHYS

Physics

NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN

Plant & Animal Science

BIPOLAR DISORD

Psychiatry/Psychology

PUBLIC RELAT REV

Social Sciences, general

NEW ASTRON REV

Space Science

Full citation details of all of these most-improved entities can be seen in the ISI Essential Science Indicators Web product. View the Product Tour for ISI Essential Science Indicators!

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