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March 30th, 2010

More Indian scientists authoring papers

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Since 1998, the number of articles published in Nature journals by Indian scientists has representations from 24 Indian institutions in 2009, the report says. The index analyses the ranking of individual institutes also. National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bangalore tops the list from India with a rank of 53 followed by the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad at 76.

Because NCBS has one paper in Nature Nanotechnology fully authored by its own scientists, it ranks higher than the coveted Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore which has four papers though all authors are not from IISc. The east figured prominently with two research institutes from Kolkata, Bose Institute and Indian Association for Cultivation of Science, standing at 77 and 80th spots respectively.

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