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Our Special Topics analysis of supersymmetry research over the past decade shows that the work of Professor John Ellis ranks at #1 by total citations and by total papers, based on 134 papers cited...

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According to our Special Topics analysis on graphene research over the past decade, the scientist whose work ranks at #1 by total cites is Dr. Kostya Novoselov, with 33 papers cited a total of 2,...

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In February of 2012, Dr. M. Santosh was among the honorees at the Thomson Reuters Japan Research Day and Research Front Awards ceremony in Tokyo. Dr. Santosh received a Research Front Award in the...

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In February of 2011, Thomson Reuters presented a listing of the Top 100 Materials Scientists, 2000-2010, Ranked by Citation Impact. At #3 on this “impact” listing, by virtue of 34 highly cited...

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Our Special Topics analysis of supersymmetry research over the past decade shows that the work of Professor Mirjam Cvetic ranks #8 by total citations, based on 62 papers cited a total of...

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According to a recent analysis of Thomson Reuters Web of Science, the 2011 report “Recombinant origin of the retrovirus XMRV,” has been identified as a Fast Breaking Paper in Microbiology.

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According to our Special Topics analysis of supersymmetry research over the past decade, the work of Nima Arkani-Hamed ranks at #2 by impact and #10 by citations in our special dataset,...

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In 1996 when chemist Chad Mirkin witnessed a solution of DNA-assembled nanoparticles change from blue to red as it was heated, he knew they had invented the enabling technology for a whole new...

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In a recent analysis of Essential Science Indicators data from Thomson Reuters, the journal Energy & Environmental Science was named a Rising Star in the field of Environment & Ecology....

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Rising Star in the field of Computer Science. Professor He's citation record in this field includes 21 papers cited a total of 306 times between January 1, 1997 and December 31, 2007.

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Ray M. Kaplan talks with ScienceWatch and answers a few questions about the field of Microbiology.

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