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Go behind the scenes of highly cited research in these interviews and first-person essays featuring highly cited researchers, papers, institutions, journals and countries in a variety of fields. Updated monthly.

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Scientists
Dr. Edward Wright Dr. Edward Wright has been a professor of astronomy at UCLA since 1981. In this essay, Dr. Wright discusses his involvement with the COBE satellite and with his more recent projects, the Microwave Anisotropy Probe (MAP) and SIRTF...Read the article
Journals
Editor-in-Chief Dr. Sven Jørgensen of Ecological ModellingA recent ESI survey showed that Ecological Modelling is a journal rapidly advancing in publications and citations over the past decade. Current ESI data indicate that Ecological Modelling ranks at #36 among Environment/Ecology journals, with 1,711 papers and 6,812 citations. In this essay, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Sven Jørgensen discusses the 25-year history of this journal...Read the article
Papers
Dr. Larry SquireIn this essay, Dr. Larry Squire addresses this particular paper: "Memory and the hippocampus—a synthesis from findings with rats, monkeys, and humans," (Psychol. Rev. 99 [2]: 195-231, April 1992), discussing its origins and examining the reasons for its high citation rate among his fellow researchers...Read the article
Countries
Latin America is steadily increasing its presence on the world scientific stage, according to a new Science Watch® survey. As the graph indicates, Latin America's world share of ISI-indexed scientific literature in all fields has more than doubled since 1981 and continues to trend upward sharply...Read the article

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