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In a new report from the Institute of Scientific Information (ISI)™ at Clarivate, we use bibliometric data and analyses to identify existing and emerging research fields across all ocean basins, as well as the current collaboration pathways.
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Jonathan Adams is Chief Scientist at the Institute for Scientific Information. He is also a Visiting Professor at King’s College London, Policy Institute. In 2017 he was awarded an Honorary D.Sc. by the University of Exeter for his work in higher education and research policy.
Dr Gali Halevi
Dr Gali Halevi is Director at the Institute for Scientific Information. Previously she was Associate Dean of Libraries & Information Sciences at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and the Mount Sinai Health System. She has a background in bibliometrics and has worked in academic publishing and as an information specialist for pharmaceutical and financial companies.
David Pendlebury is Head of Research Analysis at the Institute for Scientific Information. Since 1983 he has used the Web of Science data to study the structure and dynamics of research. He worked for many years with ISI founder Eugene Garfield. With Henry Small, David developed the Web of Science Essential Science Indicators™.
Dr Nandita Quaderi
Dr Nandita Quaderi is Editor-in-Chief and VP Editorial of the Web of Science™ with responsibility for the policies and practices governing selection for the Web of Science and inclusion in Journal Citation Reports™. Dr Quaderi’s previous roles include Publishing Director of Open Research at Springer Nature and Principal Investigator at the MRC Centre for Developmental Neurobiology at King’s College London.
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