research performance

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Listed by average citations per paper, among Canadian institutions whose affiliated authors published at least 100 papers between 2009 and 2013 in Thomson Reuters-indexed journals in the main...

Global Research Report - China. Photo: CHINA OUT REUTERS (CHINA)
Global Research Reports

China’s explosive scientific growth continues to reshape the international research base.

Sci-Bytes

The ascent of China as a global economic and technological power has made for a constant (and constantly striking) story in recent years. The nation’s progress has frequently been marked in...

CMR International 2104 Pharmaceutical R&D Factbook
Sci-Bytes

The ongoing fortunes of the global biopharmaceutical industry engender constant scrutiny and discussion. Some observers, in the wake of recent FDA approval rates and other measures, subscribe to a...

Weekly Byte

Listed by average citations per paper, among worldwide institutions whose affiliated authors published at least 1,000 papers between January 1, 2004 and April 30, 2014 in Thomson Reuters-indexed...

Diabetes Research Infographic
Sci-Bytes

Upwards of 382 million people around the world are living with diabetes, according to the International Diabetes Federation (IDF). During 2013, the disease killed 5.1 million people—half of them...

Global Research Report - India. Photo: REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri
Global Research Reports

Thomson Reuters predicts that India’s research productivity will be on par with most G8 nations within 7 to 8 years and could overtake them between 2015 and 2020.

Global Research Reports

Spotlighting some of the standout researchers of the last decade, Thomson Reuters has launched Highly Cited Researchers, a compilation of influential names in science. Deriving from InCites...

Sci-Bytes

Top institution rankings in chemistry, based on citations per paper among institutions with 50,000 or more citations, between January 1997 to December 2007.

Global Research Report - Brazil. Photo: REUTERS/Kim Kyung Hoon
Global Research Reports

For years Japan has been known for its world-class universities, established government laboratories and several Nobel Prizes.

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