Thomson ISI, the company behind Web of Science and Journal Citation Reports, has just released Essential Science Indicators Special Topic: Stem Cells. According to this international analysis, UW Madison ranks 7th in the “Institutions” category when the data is sorted by total number of citations to its stem cell research articles. When the ranking is sorted by the average number of citations per paper, UW-Madison comes in second, with its 120 published research papers cited an impressive average of 53.6 times each.
This report uses Web of Science citation data to identify the top papers, authors, institutions and journals in the area of stem cell research, 1997-2007. Citation data is a useful way to document the impact of published research.
Want to find out more about the impact of your own published research? These library resources can help:
Contact your liaison librarian for advice on using these and other resources to measure and document the impact of your publications!This entry was posted in Research and tagged Libraries by jsindelar. Bookmark the permalink.