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Study reveals most impactful neuroscience research

A study has identified the 100 most-cited neuroscience papers, and their research topics and journals.

— By Conn Hastings

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A study of the 100 most-cited neuroscience articles has revealed that 78 of these papers cover five topics, including neurological disorders, the prefrontal cortex, brain connectivity, brain mapping and methodology studies.

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Neuroscience

Origins of Life #Research: a #Bibliometric Approach - Arsev Umur Aydinoglu and #ZehraTaşkın

This study explores the collaborative nature and interdisciplinarity of the origin(s) of life (OoL) research community. Although OoL research is one of the oldest topics in philosophy, religion, and science; to date there has been no review of the field utilizing bibliometric measures. 101 more words

Springer

Journal ranks 2016

Last year we wrote a bibliometric paper describing a new way to rank journals, which I contend is a fairer representation of relative citation-based rankings by combining existing ones (e.g., … 169 more words

Conservation

How Libraries can get Started with Impact Metrics: workshop report

In spite of the excitement over the past few years over bibliometrics it has taken some time for research libraries to develop sustainable services around them. 915 more words

Conference And Workshop Reports

Change of venue for Research Bites: School University Research Engagement

Research Impact

Research Bites continues on the theme of Research Impact through out July, starting with:

Research Bites: School University Research Engagement

Friday 7th July, 12.00, Bowland North SR 19… 133 more words

Research Bites

#MicrosoftAcademic is on the verge of becoming a #bibliometric superpower by Sven E. Hug and Martin P. Brändle

Last year, the new Microsoft Academic service was launched. Sven E. Hug and Martin P. Brändle look at how it compares with more established competitors such as Google Scholar, Scopus, and Web of Science. 680 more words

Search Engines

Commentary on Anderson and Feist's "Transformative Science", Ryan D. Tweney

Author Information: Ryan D. Tweney, Bowling Green State University, tweney@bgsu.edu

Tweney, Ryan D. “Commentary on Anderson and Feist’s ‘Transformative Science’.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective… 1,539 more words

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