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Citation rate for Chinese science papers goes up

By Cheng Yingqi | China Daily | Updated: 2011-12-03 07:51

BEIJING - About a tenth of the science and technology papers included in the Science Citation Index, a leading thesis-index system, came from China in 2010, according to a recent research report.

On Friday, the Institute of Scientific and Technical Information of China released its annual report - the Statistical Data of Chinese (Science & Technology) Papers 2011.

According to the report, China produced 836,300 papers on science and technology between 2001 and Nov 1, 2011, and they together garnered 5.19 million citations. That gave the country the seventh highest citation rate in the world; it had the eighth highest rate in 2010.

Citation rate for Chinese science papers goes up

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