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Nobel hopefuls by the numbers – The Scientist – Magazine of the Life Sciences

Nobel hopefuls by the numbers – The Scientist – Magazine of the Life Sciences.

The researcher who developed induced pluripotent stem cells, the biochemist who invented DNA microarrays, and the immunologist who discovered dendritic cells are just a few of the scientists whose citation records are robust enough to attract a Nobel Prize this year, according to Thomson Reuters, the company that manages the Web of Science citation indexing tool — brainchild of The Scientist founder Eugene Garfield. The company released their 2010 Nobel Prize predictions today (21st September).

Read more: Nobel hopefuls by the numbers – The Scientist – Magazine of the Life Sciences http://www.the-scientist.com/blog/display/57694/#ixzz10CQAzkSh

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