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in-cites, March 2007
Citing URL:  http://www.in-cites.com/most_imp/
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Rising Stars

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March 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 fourth bimonthly period of 2006 to the fifth bimonthly period of 2006—that is, from August 2006 to October 2006. These entities are singled out as Rising Stars in their respective fields.

The scientists achieving Rising Star status in the database’s 22 fields are as follows:

Scientist

Field

GEERAERD, AH

Agricultural Sciences

KOUZARIDES, T

Biology & Biochemistry

SHVARTSBURG, AA

Chemistry

CHENG, EHY

Clinical Medicine

COLLINS, JJ

Computer Science

WINTER, SG

Economics & Business

HAYAT, T

Engineering

DASZAK, P

Environment/Ecology

DAUBE, BC

Geosciences

HAYNES, BF

Immunology

XIE, SS

Materials Science

BAUER, P

Mathematics

DEFRANCESCO, R

Microbiology

LOROS, JJ

Molecular Biology & Genetics

YAMASHITA, T

Multidisciplinary

AGUZZI, A

Neuroscience & Behavior

DEPETROCELLIS, L

Pharmacology & Toxicology

KOPYTINE, M

Physics

GAUT, BS

Plant & Animal Science

NOSEK, BA

Psychiatry/Psychology

RUDAN, I

Social Sciences, general

CHARLOT, S

Space Science

In 2005, the Walter & Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research was named a Rising Star in the field of Immunology; this month, the Institute has earned the title in the field of Biology & Biochemistry. Apache Point Observatory is also enjoying a repeat visit to Rising Star status in the field of Space Science. The full list of Rising Star institutions is given in the table below:

Institution

Field

ZHEJIANG UNIV

Agricultural Sciences

WALTER & ELIZA HALL INST MED RES

Biology & Biochemistry

DALIAN UNIV TECHNOL

Chemistry

MED UNIV VIENNA

Clinical Medicine

CHINESE ACAD SCI

Computer Science

NATL UNIV SINGAPORE

Economics & Business

UNIV COLL LONDON

Engineering

UFZ

Environment/Ecology

JAMSTEC

Geosciences

UNIV MASSACHUSETTS

Immunology

ALCAN INT LTD

Materials Science

UNIV PITTSBURGH

Mathematics

UNIV NIJMEGEN

Microbiology

ETH ZURICH

Molecular Biology & Genetics

WASHINGTON UNIV

Multidisciplinary

UNIV LOUISVILLE

Neuroscience & Behavior

SEOUL NATL UNIV

Pharmacology & Toxicology

UNIV CLERMONT FERRAND

Physics

FLORIDA INT UNIV

Plant & Animal Science

CTR ADDICT & MENTAL HLTH

Psychiatry/Psychology

UNIV ZAGREB

Social Sciences, general

APACHE POINT OBSERV

Space Science

Iran, Nepal, and Pakistan have achieved the highest percent increase in citations in multiple fields. The complete list of countries is as follows:

Country

Field

IRAN

Agricultural Sciences

NEPAL

Biology & Biochemistry

MOLDOVA

Chemistry

IRAN

Clinical Medicine

LEBANON

Computer Science

CROATIA

Economics & Business

PAKISTAN

Engineering

BANGLADESH

Environment/Ecology

COSTA RICA

Geosciences

IRAN

Immunology

IRAN

Materials Science

JAMAICA

Mathematics

THAILAND

Microbiology

IRAN

Molecular Biology & Genetics

IRELAND

Multidisciplinary

NIGERIA

Neuroscience & Behavior

IRAN

Pharmacology & Toxicology

AZERBAIJAN

Physics

NEPAL

Plant & Animal Science

PAKISTAN

Psychiatry/Psychology

CYPRUS

Social Sciences, general

NAMIBIA

Space Science

The journal Small was a new entrant to the database just four months ago; this month it is named a Rising Star in the field of Materials Science. Other journals making a return visit to this listing include Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics and Optics Express. Complete journal details are given below:

Journal

Field

BIOSYST ENG

Agricultural Sciences

PROTEINS

Biology & Biochemistry

J PROTEOME RES

Chemistry

NAT REV CANCER

Clinical Medicine

BRIEF BIOINFORM

Computer Science

INT J ELECTRON COMMER

Economics & Business

CIRP ANN-MANUF TECHNOL

Engineering

ARCT ANTARCT ALP RES

Environment/Ecology

ATMOS CHEM PHYS

Geosciences

NAT REV IMMUNOL

Immunology

SMALL

Materials Science

J DIFFER EQU APPL

Mathematics

NAT REV MICROBIOL

Microbiology

MOL CELL PROTEOMICS

Molecular Biology & Genetics

NAT METHODS

Multidisciplinary

NAT REV NEUROSCI

Neuroscience & Behavior

CURR OPIN PHARMACOL

Pharmacology & Toxicology

OPT EXPRESS

Physics

MOL PLANT PATHOL

Plant & Animal Science

INT J PSYCHOANAL

Psychiatry/Psychology

J ECON GEOGR

Social Sciences, general

ASTROBIOLOGY

Space Science

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

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