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Monitoring: January 1 - 31

Monitoring: January 1 - 31

31/01/2020

In January, biotech and genetics recorded the greatest number of publications by Italian laboratories, with 31 articles involving 54 research centres.

Monitoring of the leading international scientific journals (Science, Nature, PNAS-Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, National Science Review and Scientific Reports, placed by SCImago Journal Rank in the top 5 for scientific impact) yielded 5 studies connected to biotechnologies, published in Science, Nature and Scientific Reports, with the contribution of the Universities of Padua, Milan, and Teramo, as well as Polytechnic University of Milan and CNR of Lodi

In genetics, 4 studies (12 of which in a medical setting) appeared in Scientific Reports. In this area, research involved the Universities of Milan (State and Bicocca), Naples – Federico II, Rome Tor Vergata, Piemonte Orientale, as well as Istituto Auxologico Italiano, Istituto di Ricerche Farmacologiche Mario Negri in Milano, IRCCS (Scientific Research and Health Care Institute) Bambino Gesù and Fondazione Santa Lucia of Rome, along with the capital’s Campus Biomedico.

ARTICLES MONITORED: 31

ITALIAN RESEARCH CENTRES INVOLVED: 54