Academic & Government

Marine microalgae and evolutionary adaptation to environmental changes

The article “Evolutionary genomics of the cold-adapted diatom Fragilariopsis cylindrus” (Nature 541 [7638]: 26 January 2017), was recently named a Fast-Breaking Paper for Biology & Biochemistry in Essential Science Indicators from Clarivate Analytics and featured on our Science Research Connect blog here. The paper now has 22 citations in the Web of Science Core Collection. […]

Standards and Selectivity: Our Enduring Mission

For all the benefits of access to information in the digital age, there are also challenges, even dangers. What sources are reliable and trustworthy? It is an issue dominant in journalism today: fake news. It is no less a problem in the world of scientific and scholarly publishing. The open access movement illustrates the tension […]

A fractional derivative for modeling real-world problems

The article “On the new fractional derivative and application to nonlinear Fisher’s reaction-diffusion equation” (Appl. Math. Comput. 273: 948-956, 15 January 2016), was recently named a New Hot Paper for Mathematics in Essential Science Indicators from Clarivate Analytics and is featured on our Science Research Connect blog here. The paper currently has 80 citations in […]

Martin Hagger on the Ego-Depletion Effect

The article “A Multilab Preregistered Replication of the Ego-Depletion Effect” (Perspect. Psychol. Sci. 11 [4] 546-573. July 2016), was recently named a New Hot Paper for Psychiatry & Psychology in Essential Science Indicators from Clarivate Analytics and featured on our Science Research Connect blog here. Currently, this paper has 85 citations in the Web of […]

Evaluating natural sciences research with bibliometric data – University of Malaya

Founded in 1905 as the King Edward VII College of Medicine, the University of Malaya (UM) is Malaysia’s oldest university. In 2016, UM was named as one of  the Reuters Top 75 Asia’s Most Innovative Universities, a ranking which identifies educational institutions that are doing the most to advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global […]

New Hot Papers for November 2017 in Essential Science Indicators

Essential Science Indicators from Clarivate Analytics is updated every two months. After each update, we look at New Hot Papers, which are papers published in the past two years that are in the top one-tenth of one percent (0.1%) for their field and publication period. For the fourth bimonthly update of 2017, which was published […]

Fast-Breaking Papers in Essential Science Indicators, November 2017 Update

In Essential Science Indicators from Clarivate Analytics, we list Highly Cited Papers, which constitute the top 1% of papers in each of 22 broad fields and each year of coverage. The lists, updated every two months to reflect their current citation counts, also include new papers that enter the top percentile. Here, we identify Fast-Breaking Papers, […]

New Hot Paper Addresses Machine Learning for Biological Sequences

  “Pse-in-One: a Web Server for Generating Various Modes of Pseudo Components of DNA, RNA, and Protein Sequences” (Nucl. Acid Res. 43 [W1]: W65-71, 1 July 2015), was recently named a New Hot Paper for Biology & Biochemistry in Essential Science Indicators from Clarivate Analytics. This paper currently has 195 citations in the Web of Science.   […]

For Eun-Jung Park, a Long Road to “Highly Cited Researcher”

The 2018 roster of Highly Cited Researchers from the Web of Science Group includes more than 3,300 scientists. Although each name represents a chronicle of dedication, hard work, and the tenacious pursuit of a dream, some of the stories speak of exceptional and single-minded devotion to attaining a goal.   For South Korean researcher Eun-Jung […]