2019 Chinese scientists have published 557 articles in the Cell series
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2019, Chinese scientists with Chinese mainland institutions as the first to complete 557 papers in 20 research journals under Cell Press, compared with 107 in 2014.
of papers published by research institutions and key universities, which together account for 95.3% of the total number of published papers.
growth Chinese mainland universities in 2019 was significant, with 433 papers published, an increase of 41%. Specifically, Tsinghua University and Peking University topped the list with 33.
past three years, research institutions in Beijing and Shanghai have been in the top two in the number of papers and are well ahead of the curve.
. In 2019, Guangdong Province ranked third with 46 papers, followed by Beijing and Shanghai, jiangsu, Hubei and Zhejiang (and fifth), Anhui provinces ranked fourth, fifth and sixth, respectively, and Anhui, Tianjin and Hunan ranked fourth, fifth and sixth respectively in the number of papers.
Cell Press is one of the world's leading academic publishers, with star journals such as Cell, Cell Stem Cell and Joule, and has attracted the attention of many Chinese scientists.
2019, Chinese mainland universities and research institutions will perform in 20 research journals under Cell Press? Which provinces are better?
we did a statistical analysis of Cell Press's 2019 China Annual Papers/Institutions.
20 research journals, including Joule, Matter, One Earth, iScience and Heliyon, were among the 20 research journals that published the statistics.
data show that in 2019, Chinese scientists with Chinese mainland institutions as the first completion unit published 557 papers in these journals, up from 423 in 2018, 178 in 2017, 144 in 2016, 92 in 2015 and 107 in 2014.
from the chart above, the number of Chinese mainland agencies publishing in Cell Press's research journals has increased significantly over the past six years. Especially in 2018 and 2019, there was a blowout compared to the previous one.
It should be noted that these figures represent only original research papers published by Chinese scientists with Chinese mainland research institutions and universities as the first completion units, not other papers published in Cell Press's review category and cooperative journals with the participation of Chinese scientists or even as major contributors. If included, the numbers are much larger.
2019, researchers from 26 Chinese mainland provinces published papers in cell Press's research journals. The top 10 authors were Beijing, Shanghai, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Hubei and Zhejiang (side by side), Anhui, Fujian, Tianjin, Jilin, Hunan and Liaoning (side by side).
, as in previous years, the two regions with the most papers are still Beijing and Shanghai.
of these, 157 papers were published in the above-mentioned journals in 2019, an increase of 27, or 20.8 per cent, over 2018, accounting for 28.2 per cent of the total number of papers published, highlighting Beijing's strength.
2019, the number of papers published in these journals by institutions from Shanghai followed closely, with 96 papers published, accounting for 17.2% of the total number of papers published, and the number of scientific research achievements steadily increased.
, with the increase of scientific research investment and the orderly flow of scientific research personnel, China's regional label of scientific research is becoming weaker and weaker.
, for example, the proportion of papers published in Cell Press's research journals has increased year by year, with the exception of Beijing and Shanghai.
2015, only 27.1 per cent of Chinese mainland's articles were sent by institutions outside Beijing and Shanghai.
by 2019, this proportion will exceed 50% for the first time, accounting for 54.6% of the total number of papers published with 304 articles.
, Inner Mongolia and Xinjiang are on the Cell Press paper list for the first time in 2019.
addition, analysis of data over the past three years shows that, in addition to Beijing and Shanghai, the following five provinces published papers in the above-mentioned journals grew rapidly and continued to grow.
At the same time, Anhui, Tianjin and Hunan ranked increasing in the number of papers year by year.
it is worth mentioning that there are also provinces showing a decreasing trend year by year. Chongqing, for example, slipped from 10th place in 2017 to 12th place in 2019.
through data analysis, it is not difficult to see that, although in recent years, all provinces and cities in China attach importance to scientific research input and talent introduction, but there are still more obvious regional differences in scientific research strength.
2019, Chinese mainland, with the first-place finisher, published 557 papers in cell Press's research journals.
papers are from 169 Chinese mainland institutions, including 116 universities and 53 research institutions (one of which is a business).
compared with 2017 and 2018, as the number of papers published has exploded, so has the number of institutions covered. In particular, the number of colleges and universities will increase by 72.5% in 2018 and 42% in 2019, respectively, while the gap with the number of scientific research institutions continues to widen.
Statistics show that Chinese mainland universities and
-affiliated institutions (excluding China University of Science and Technology and china
Universities) are strong enough to include almost all of the papers published by Chinese mainland institutions in cell Press's research journals.
2019, a total of 531 papers were published, accounting for 95.3% of the total number of published papers.
, 116 universities published 433 papers, accounting for 77.7% of the total number of published papers, 28
affiliated institutions published 98 papers, accounting for 17.6% of the total number of published papers, 24 non-
research institutions published 25 papers, accounting for 4.5% of the total number of published papers;
2017, Chinese mainland universities published 112 papers in these journals, 307 papers were published in 2018, an increase of 174.1%, and 433 papers were published in 2019, an increase of 41%.
In 2019, Chinese mainland the top five papers published in these journals were Tsinghua University and Peking University, with 33, Zhejiang University in second place with 26, China University of Science and Technology in third place with 23, and Fudan University and Shanghai Jiaozhou University in fourth and fifth with 17 and 16 respectively.
published 47 papers in cell Press's research journals;
affiliated institutions published the top ten papers in these journals:
Shanghai Institute of Life Sciences,
Institute of Biophysics,
Institute of Chemistry,
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics,
Institute of Microbiology,
Institute of Physics,
Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry,
Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry,
Shanghai Institute of
in 2019, the number of papers published by Chinese scientists in the journal Cell Press," such as Joule, Chem, iScience, Matter, and One Earth, has risen sharply.
2019, Chinese scientists published 271 papers in these journals, accounting for 48.7% of the total number of papers published by Chinese scientists in all journals.
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total, 300 of the 557 research papers published in Cell Press's research-based Open Access Journal were published, an increase of 193, or 180.4 percent, over 2018.
It's worth noting that since 2018, when Chen Wei, author of a paper newsletter from Zhejiang Wanying A123 Systems Asia Co., Ltd., published a research paper on Chem under Cell Press, Chinese mainland companies have achieved a zero breakthrough in publishing papers in Cell Press's research journals.
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