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Tag Archives: Astronomy
The Higgs boson (the particle that gives all matter its mass) — sometimes referred to as the “God particle” has recently made news. This particle was found by smashing protons together at high energy in the $10 billion Large Hadron … Continue reading
Springer launched SpringerImages, a collection of 1.6 million scientific, technological, and medical images including photos, tables and figures, charts, graphs, histograms, and other illustrations. It includes images from Springer publications and a small but growing collection of open access images. … Continue reading
The 2008 edition of Journal Citation Reports has just been released today, June 19, 2009. The 2008 edition includes: 350+ titles with their first ever Journal Impact Factor Five Year Impact Factors and Eigenfactor™ Metrics You can browse by subject … Continue reading
Eigenfactor™ and Article Influence™ are two new metrics to assess a journal’s prestige. They have been included in the Journal Citation Reports and are searchable from eigenfactor.org. See the top ten lists of journals by Article Influence™ score and Eigenfactor™ … Continue reading
The newest release of JCR 2007 provides new metrics to evaluate journals: Five-Year Impact Factor – Gives a broader range of citation activity for a more informative snapshot over time. For journals in subjects where citation activity continues to rise … Continue reading
Web of Science now has grant search options! “Funding Agency” and “Grant Number” can be searched from the “Search” mode and the “Advanced Search” mode.