Tag Archives: cited references

Memes! How do you cite them?

(8 December 2017) Many people know of memes as images (often altered and frequently hilarious) that are shared widely over the internet. Who could forget Grumpy Cat? Or The Most Interesting Man in the World? What people don’t know is how the term “meme” came to be. The word “meme” actually dates back to 1976, […]


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Classic Papers: articles that have stood the test of time

(15 June 2017) Scholarly research is often about the latest findings – the newest knowledge that our colleagues have gleaned from nature. Some articles buck this pattern and have impact long after their publication. Today, Google Scholar is releasing Classic Papers, a collection of highly-cited papers in their area of research that have stood the […]


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Clarivate Analytics names 2016 highly cited researchers

New list of researchers with world’s most highly cited papers now available (16 November 2016, Philadelphia) Clarivate Analytics, formerly the Intellectual Property & Science business of Thomson Reuters, today announced the publication of its annual Highly Cited Researchers. The list is a citation analysis identifying scientists – as determined by their fellow researchers – whose […]


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Elsevier announces cited references for archival content in Scopus

(27 March 2014, Amsterdam)  Elsevier’s  Scopus has launched its Cited References Expansion Program to include cited references in its database going back to 1970 for pre-1996 content. In addition to increasing the depth of Scopus’ scholarly content, including cited references for pre-1996 content will make citation data more accurate, therefore expanding the ability for users […]


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