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in-cites, July 2004
Citing URL:  http://www.in-cites.com/most_imp/july2004.html

Rising Stars

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July 2004

In-cites has produced a listing of most-improved scientists, institutions, countries, and journals from the latest bimonthly update to the ISI Essential Science Indicators Web product. These "most-improved" entities are those that show the largest percentage increase in total citations from the sixth bimonthly period of 2003 to the first bimonthly period of 2004—that is, from December 2003 to February 2004—across ISI Essential Science Indicators’ 22 fields.

The most-improved scientists across the 22 fields are as follows:

Scientist

Field

LAW, BE

Agricultural Sciences

BUJARD, H

Biology & Biochemistry

DAI, HJ

Chemistry

HARRIS, RC

Clinical Medicine

JOLESZ, FA

Computer Science

JOHNSON, S

Economics & Business

BELL, AJ

Engineering

RASMUSSEN, JB

Environment/Ecology

AMARI, S

Geosciences

GENDELMAN, HE

Immunology

ROGERS, JA

Materials Science

GONNET, GH

Mathematics

KORBER, B

Microbiology

LINDAHL, T

Molecular Biology & Genetics

CHEN, L

Multidisciplinary

OOSTRA, BA

Neuroscience & Behavior

SINGH, M

Pharmacology & Toxicology

STRINGARI, S

Physics

SAKAI, H

Plant & Animal Science

STUSS, DT

Psychiatry/Psychology

THELWALL, M

Social Sciences, general

SPERGEL, DN
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Space Science

Among the institutions, the Japanese Science & Technology Corporation has distinguished itself with most-improved performances in three separate fields, and Wolverhampton University, thanks to another increase in its total citations, continues its hold on the top slot in Social Sciences. The 22 most-improved institutions are listed below:

Institution

Field

INST NATL RECH AGRON

Agricultural Sciences

EUROPEAN BIOINFORMAT INST

Biology & Biochemistry

JAPAN SCI & TECHNOL CORP

Chemistry

ERASMUS MED CTR

Clinical Medicine

TOKYO METROPOLITAN UNIV

Computer Science

LONDON BUSINESS SCH

Economics & Business

NATL ACAD SCI UKRAINE

Engineering

ACAD SCI CZECH REPUBL

Environment/Ecology

CEREGE

Geosciences

JAPAN SCI & TECHNOL CORP

Immunology

SUNY BUFFALO

Materials Science

CHINESE UNIV HONG KONG

Mathematics

LOS ALAMOS NATL LAB

Microbiology

BABRAHAM INST

Molecular Biology & Genetics

SALK INST BIOL STUDIES

Multidisciplinary

JAPAN SCI & TECHNOL CORP

Neuroscience & Behavior

NOVARTIS PHARMA AG

Pharmacology & Toxicology

CITY UNIV HONG KONG

Physics

MAX PLANCK GESELL

Plant & Animal Science

UNIV MEMPHIS

Psychiatry/Psychology

WOLVERHAMPTON UNIV

Social Sciences, general

FERMILAB NATL ACCELERATOR LAB

Space Science

The Czech Republic, Malaysia, and Slovakia have distinguished themselves with the highest percent increase in total citations in multiple fields. The full list is as follows:

Country

Field

VIETNAM

Agricultural Sciences

UGANDA

Biology & Biochemistry

OMAN

Chemistry

CZECH REPUBLIC

Clinical Medicine

MALAYSIA

Computer Science

SLOVAKIA

Economics & Business

COLOMBIA

Engineering

SENEGAL

Environment/Ecology

ALGERIA

Geosciences

SLOVAKIA

Immunology

PERU

Materials Science

JORDAN

Mathematics

MALAYSIA

Microbiology

NIGERIA

Molecular Biology & Genetics

CZECH REPUBLIC

Multidisciplinary

CUBA

Neuroscience & Behavior

MOROCCO

Pharmacology & Toxicology

LEBANON

Physics

CZECH REPUBLIC

Plant & Animal Science

LATVIA

Psychiatry/Psychology

INDONESIA

Social Sciences, general

CROATIA

Space Science

Several journals are continually increasing in terms of citations, as indicated by their repeated presence in the most-improved listings. These journals include Developmental Cell, European Food Research and Technology, Nature Immunology, and Ecology Letters. The most-improved journals are as follows:

Journal

Field

EUR FOOD RES TECHNOL

Agricultural Sciences

CANCER CELL

Biology & Biochemistry

J RADIOANAL NUCL CHEM

Chemistry

NAT REV CANCER

Clinical Medicine

LAB CHIP

Computer Science

MATH FINANC

Economics & Business

ANNU REV BIOMED ENG

Engineering

ECOL LETT

Environment/Ecology

METEORIT PLANETARY SCI

Geosciences

NAT IMMUNOL

Immunology

ADV FUNCT MATER

Materials Science

J ROY STAT SOC SER B-STAT MET

Mathematics

CELL MICROBIOL

Microbiology

DEV CELL

Molecular Biology & Genetics

ARCTIC ALP RES

Multidisciplinary

NAT REV NEUROSCI

Neuroscience & Behavior

EXPERT OPIN INVESTIG DRUGS

Pharmacology & Toxicology

J HIGH ENERGY PHYS

Physics

PHYSIOL BIOCHEM ZOOL

Plant & Animal Science

PSYCHOL METHODS

Psychiatry/Psychology

J AM SOC INF SCI TECHNOL

Social Sciences, general

NEW ASTRON REV

Space Science

Full citation details of all of these most-improved entities can be seen in the ISI Essential Science Indicators Web product. 

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