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in-cites, October 2001 - Citing URL: http://www.in-cites.com/BI-october2001.html

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. Hadis MorkoçDr. Hadis Morkoç of Virginia Commonwealth University discusses his highly cited work on semiconductors and other aspects of materials research in this interview. Four of Dr. Morkoç’s papers were cited a total of 1,309 times, making him the most-cited materials science researcher of the past decade...Read the article
Dr. Joseph SchlessingerDr. Joseph Schlessinger discusses his work, which centers on molecular mechanisms controlling the cell cycle. He has contributed to eleven papers which have been cited a total of 6,357 times, placing him among the top 30 most-cited researchers of the 1990’s...Read the article
Papers
Dr Ana M. Soto Dr. Ana M. Soto relates the pathways of her career that led her to become a highly cited author in the field of Environment & Ecology. Dr. Soto has 10 papers with a total of 1,448 citations listed in ESI, placing her among the 10 most-cited authors of her particular field...Read the article
Dr. Minze StuiverDr. Minze Stuiver, the second-most-cited scientist in the field of Geosciences, writes about his educational experiences and some of the highlights of his long career in Isotope Geology. Twenty-nine of Dr. Stuiver’s papers have been cited a total of 2,745 times to date...Read the article
Countries
Countries that showed the greatest increase in total citations in a specific field, comparing ESI data for 1991-April 2001 against data for 1991-June 2001...Read the article
Journals
Ecological Applications Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Louis F. PitelkaIn this in-cites interview, in-cites discusses the rapidly rising citation rate of Ecological Applications with its Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Louis F. Pitelka...Read the article
Institutions
University of Wisconsin-Madison - College of Agricultural & Life SciencesAssociate Dean Len Maurer discusses the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s citation rankings in the field of Agricultural Sciences. According to current ESI data, the University of Wisconsin-Madison has a total of 1,356 papers with 9,643 citations in Agricultural Sciences, ranking it among the 5 most-cited institutions for this field...Read the article
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