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Thomson Reuters Citation Laureates
Clarivate Citation Laureates
Awarded forOutstanding contributions in Physics, Chemistry, Medicine, and Economics
CountryInternational
Presented byClarivate Analytics
Reward(s)Recognition
First awarded1989
Currently held byVarious winners
WebsiteHall of Citation Laureates

Clarivate Citation Laureates formerly Thomson Reuters Citation Laureates is a list of candidates considered likely to win the Nobel Prize in their respective field. The candidates are so named based on the citation impact of their published research. The list of awardees is announced annually prior to the Nobel Prize ceremonies of that year. In October 2016, Thomson Reuters Intellectual Property and Science Business was acquired by Onex and Baring Asia and the newly independent company was named as Clarivate Analytics.[1]

Overview

Thomson Reuters Citation Laureates was established in 1989. The list pertains to likely Nobel Prize winners in medicine, chemistry, physics, and economics. There appears to be a correlation between high citation rates for a published researcher and the award of prestigious accolades. Furthermore, citation rates disclose researchers furnishing instrumental contributions that advance the science of their respective field. Finally, choosing one tenth of one percent (0.1%) of the highest impact papers winnows the analysis to the topics and people most likely to be selected by Nobel selection committee.[2][3][4]

However, the selection process of the Nobel selection committee is more complex than the above. At least one from the list of Thomson Reuters Citation Laureates has won a Nobel Prize each year since 1989, except for 1993 and 1996.[4][5] From 2002 to 2017, 43 Nobel Prize winners were produced from 300 Thomson Reuters Citation Laureates.[6][7]

The Thomson Reuters list are researchers who have been cited often in the previous two or more decades, "write multiple high-impact reports, and do so over many years."[5]

List of Citation Laureates

Citation Laureates (? indicates Nobel Prize recipients)
Year Chemistry Physiology or Medicine Physics Economics
2014[8] o Graeme Moad,
Ezio Rizzardo and
San H. Thang
o Charles T. Kresge,
Ryong Ryoo and
Galen D. Stucky
o Ching W. Tang and
Steven Van Slyke
o James E. Darnell,
Robert G. Roeder and
Robert Tjian
o David Julius
o Charles Lee,
Stephen W. Scherer and
Michael H. Wigler
o Charles L. Kane,
Laurens W. Molenkamp and
Shoucheng Zhang
o Yoshinori Tokura,
Ramamoorthy Ramesh and
James F. Scott
o Peidong Yang
o Philippe Aghion and
Peter Howitt
o William J. Baumol and
Israel M. Kirzner
o Mark Granovetter
2015[9] o Carolyn R. Bertozzi
o Emmanuelle Charpentier and
Jennifer A. Doudna
o John B. Goodenough? 2019 and
M. Stanley Whittingham? 2019
o Jeffrey I. Gordon
o Kazutoshi Mori and
Peter Walter
o Alexander Y. Rudensky,
Shimon Sakaguchi and
Ethan M. Shevach
o Paul B. Corkum and
Ferenc Krausz
o Deborah S. Jin
o Zhong Lin Wang
o Richard Blundell
o John A. List
o Charles F. Manski
2016[10] o George M. Church and
Feng Zhang
o Dennis Lo Yuk-Ming
o Hiroshi Maeda and
Yasuhiro Matsumura
o James P. Allison? 2018,
Jeffrey A. Bluestone and
Craig B. Thompson
o Gordon J. Freeman,
Tasuku Honjo? 2018 and
Arlene H. Sharpe
o Michael N. Hall,
David M. Sabatini and
Stuart L. Schreiber
o Marvin L. Cohen
o Ronald W.P. Drever,
Kip S. Thorne? 2017 and
Rainer Weiss? 2017
o Celso Grebogi,
Edward Ott and
James A. Yorke
o Olivier J. Blanchard
o Edward P. Lazear
o Marc J. Melitz
2017[11] o John E. Bercaw,
Robert G. Bergman and
Georgiy B. Shul'pin
o Jens Norskov
o Tsutomu Miyasaka,
Nam-Gyu Park and
Henry Snaith
o Lewis C. Cantley
o Karl J. Friston
o Yuan Chang and
Patrick S. Moore
o Phaedon Avouris,
Cornelis Dekker and
Paul McEuen
o Mitchell J. Feigenbaum
o Rashid A. Sunyaev
o Colin F. Camerer and
George Loewenstein
o Robert E. Hall
o Michael C. Jensen,
Stewart Myers and
Raghuram Rajan
2018[12] o Eric N. Jacobsen
o George M. Sheldrick
o JoAnne Stubbe
o Minoru Kanehisa
o Solomon H. Snyder
o Napoleone Ferrara
o David Awschalom
and
Arthur C. Gossard
o Sandra M. Faber
o Yury Gogotsi,
Rodney S. Ruoff and
Patrice Simon
o Manuel Arellano and
Stephen R. Bond [de]
o Wesley M. Cohen [de] and
Daniel A. Levinthal
o David M. Kreps
2019[13] o Rolf Huisgen and
Morten P. Meldal
o Edwin Southern
o Leroy Hood,
Marvin H. Caruthers and
Michael Hunkapiller
o Hans Clevers
o John Kappler and
Philippa Marrack
o Karl Deisseroth,
Ernst Bamberg and
Gero Miesenböck
o Artur Ekert
o Tony Heinz
o John Perdew
o W. Brian Arthur
o Ariel Rubinstein
o Søren Johansen and
Katarina Juselius

See also

References

  1. ^ "Acquisition of the Thomson Reuters Intellectual Property and Science Business by Onex and Baring Asia Completed". PR Newswire. October 3, 2016.
  2. ^ Cressey, Daniel (September 22, 2010). "Nobel predictions proliferate". Nature News & Comment - news blog. Nature Publishing Group. .......coverage of research and science policy, brought to you by Nature's news team
  3. ^ "Twenty-one 'Thomson Reuters Citation Laureates' Recognized for Their Contributions to the Advancement of Science". PR Newswire. Philadelphia and London: PR Newswire Association LLC. 2010. Retrieved .
  4. ^ a b Pendlebury, David (2011). "The Methodology Behind the Predictions" (Online access). Choosing Thomson Reuters Citation Laureates. Thomson Reuters. Retrieved .
  5. ^ a b Pendlebury, David (2011). "The Process and the Results" (Online access). Choosing Thomson Reuters Citation Laureates. Thomson Reuters. Retrieved . Citation Laureates have been cited so often in the last two or more decades that these scientists typically rank in the top 0.1% in their research areas. Not only do Citation Laureates have stratospheric citation totals, they also typically write multiple high-impact reports, and do so over many years.
  6. ^ "Identifying extreme impact in research, Clarivate Analytics uses citations to forecast Nobel Prize winners". Clarivate Analytics. September 20, 2017. In 15 years, 43 Citation Laureates have gone on to receive Nobel honors
  7. ^ "Hall of Citation Laureates". Clarivate Analytics.
  8. ^ "2014 Predictions". Thomson Reuters.
  9. ^ "2015 Citation Laureates Infographic". Thomson Reuters.
  10. ^ "Web of Science Predicts 2016 Nobel Prize Winners". Thomson Reuters. September 21, 2016. Archived from the original on September 21, 2016. Retrieved 2016.
  11. ^ "The 2017 Clarivate Citation Laureates". Clarivate Analytics. Archived from the original on 2017-09-20. Retrieved .
  12. ^ "The 2018 Clarivate Citation Laureates" (PDF). Clarivate Analytics.
  13. ^ "The 2019 Clarivate Citation Laureates" (PDF). Clarivate Analytics.

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