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this essay, Dr. Michael J. Antal Jr.
of the University of Hawaii at Manoa,
discusses his journey from student to highly cited scientist.
According to a recent in-cites analysis, Dr. Antal entered the top 1% of scientists
in the field of Engineering in the ISI
Science Indicators Web product, with 27
papers cited a total of 479 times...
|Dr. Gregory Martin of Cornell University comments on his paper "Map-based cloning of a protein kinase gene conferring disease resistance in tomato," (Science 262: 1432-6, 26 November 1993). This paper is currently the third most-cited paper in the field of Plant & Animal Sciences in the ISI Essential Science Indicators Web product, with 586 total cites to date. Dr. Martin’s record in this field includes 57 papers cited a total of 1,602 times to date. Dr. Martin is a Scientist at the...
|In this in-cites essay, Dr. William Stiles, the North American
Editor of Psychotherapy
discusses the success of this journal...
Lebanon among the
150 top-performing countries in all fields...
Dave Goeddel, one of the founders and Tularik
Inc.'s CEO, talks about the firm’s
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