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Citations Tip Nobel Hopefuls

Thomson Reuters has released its annual Nobel Prize predictions, based on statistics of recent citations in the scientific literature.

By | September 21, 2011

WIKIMEDIA, ZERO GREY

Nobel fever is in the air again. As the world awaits the news from Stockholm in October, scientific publisher Thomson Reuters has released its list of "Citation Laureates," which highlights researchers whose work has been influential enough among their peers to make them contenders for science's most prestigious prize. Thomson Reuters generates the list using feedback from the scientific community combined with data from its Web of Knowledge, a system of tracking how often and by whom scientific papers are cited in the literature. Twenty-one Citation Laureates have gone on to actually win the Nobel Prize since Thomson Reuters began publishing the predictions in 2002.

"The more cited a scientist is, the more well-respected the author tends to be amongst his or her peers, which can be a predictor of awards like the Nobel Prize," said Thomson Reuters citation analyst David Pendlebury in a statement. "[Citation] Laureates are chosen through a thoughtful assessment of citation counts and high-impact papers as well as consideration of discoveries or themes that the Nobel Committee may deem worthy of recognition."

Without further ado, here are this year's Citation Laureates in fields pertinent to the life sciences:

Chemistry

  • Allen J. Bard (University of Texas at Austin biochemist) "for the development and application of scanning electrochemical microscopy"
  • Martin Karplus (Harvard University chemist) "for pioneering simulations of the molecular dynamics of biomolecules"

Physiology or Medicine

  • Brian J. Druker (Oregon Health & Science University oncologist), Nicholas B. Lydon (founder of several biotech companies including Granite Biopharma, AnaptysBio, and Blueprint Medicines),and Charles L. Sawyers (Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center oncologist) "for their development of imatinib and dasatinib, revolutionary, targeted treatments for chronic myeloid leukemia"
  • Robert S. Langer (Massachusetts Institute of Technology chemical engineer) and Joseph P. Vacanti (Harvard Medical School professor of surgery) "for their pioneering research in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine"
  • Jacques F. A. P. Miller (University of Melbourne researcher) "for his discovery of the function of the thymus and the identification of T cells and B cells in mammalian species"
  • Robert L. Coffman (vice president and chief scientific officer, Dynavax Technologies) and Timothy R. Mosmann (University of Rochester Medical Center immunologist) "for their discovery of two types of T lymphocytes, TH1 and TH2, and their role in regulating host immune response"

 

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September 22, 2011

Jean M. J. Fréchet is the best!

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September 22, 2011

Jean M. J. Fréchet is the best!

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September 22, 2011

Jean M. J. Fréchet is the best!

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September 23, 2011

It is past time for Miller/Coffman/Mossman to get this and you could also include Cooper in that group for his work with B cells.

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September 23, 2011

I think Dr. Tu who discovered artemisinin from ancient Chinese medicine and provided a much needed means for curing drug-resistant malaria parasites and thus really saved millions of human lives (see Cell 146:855-859, 2011) should be given this year's Nobel Prize for Medicine, even though Tu did not publish her discovery in any SCI paper by herself and there is no citation number to be written for her own publications.

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September 23, 2011

 

Prof.C.N.R.Rao from India deserves to be considered for
Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

 

Professor Chintamani Nagesa Ramachandra Rao, also
known as C.N.R. Rao has done outstanding work in Chemistry field in Solid
State and Materials Chemistry, Structural Chemistry Some of the major areas of
research are transition metal oxide systems, (new synthesis and novel
structures, metal-insulator transitions, CMR materials, superconductivity,
multiferroics etc.), hybrid materials and nanomaterials including nanotubes and
graphene.

 

 

Here is an illustrious profile of the great Scientist:

a. Professor of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India
(Head of Department and later Dean of Research of the Institute) (1963-76).

b. Visiting Professor, Purdue University, 1967-68; 1982 (in part).

c. Commonwealth Visiting Professor, University
of Oxford and Fellow, St. Catherine's
College, Oxford
(1974-75).

d. Distinguished Visiting Professor, LaTrobe
University, Melbourne, Australia.

e. Jawaharlal Nehru Professor, University
of Cambridge and Professorial Fellow,
King's College, Cambridge
(1983-84).

f. Founder Chairman, Solid
State and Structural
Chemistry Unit and Materials Research Laboratory, Indian Institute of Science
(1977-84).

g. Director, Indian Institute of Science (1984-94).

h. Visiting Professor, Universite Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France
(1990).

i. Honorary Professor, University of Wales, Cardiff
(1993-1997).

j. President, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research
(1989-99).

k. Albert Einstein Research Professor (1995-1999).

l. Honorary Professor, Indian Institute of Science (1994- ).

m. Visiting Professor, University
of Southampton
(2007-2010).

n. Adjunct Professor of Chemistry, Purdue
University (2004- ).

o. Distinguished Visiting Professor of Materials, University
of California, Santa Barbara, CA
(1995- ).

p. Distinguished Research Fellow, University
of Cambridge (2007 - ).

q. Distinguished Visiting Professor, University
of California, Berkeley (2008 - ).

Degrees, Fellowships and Memberships of Science Academies

M.Sc. (Banaras) 1953, D.Sc. (Mysore)
1960, Ph.D. (Purdue) 1958.

Honorary Doctorates from 51 Universities:

Foreign Universities: D.Sc. (honoris causa) Bordeaux,
Caen, Colorado,
Khartoum, Liverpool, Northwestern, Novosibirsk, Oxford,
Purdue, Stellenbosch, Wales,
Wroclaw and RAS
(SB); Sc.D (honoris causa) Notre Dame; Fil. Dr. (honoris causa) Uppsala.

Indian Universities: D.Sc. (honoris causa) Aligarh, Anna,
Andhra, Banaras, Bengal Engineering, Bangalore, Burdwan, Bundelkhand, Delhi,
Hyderabad, IGNOU, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, IIT Kharagpur, IIT New
Delhi, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological, Kalyani, Karnataka, Kolkata, Kuvempu,
Lucknow, Mangalore, Manipur, Mysore, Osmania, Panjab, Roorkee, Sikkim Manipal,
SRM University, Uttar Pradesh Technological University, Sri Venkateswara,
Vidyasagar, Visveswaraya Technological, LL.D (honoris Causa) SV University;
D.Litt. (KSOU); Nadoja (Hampi); Desikottama (Vishva-Bharathi).

Fellowships of Academies
Fellow, Indian Academy of Sciences.
Fellow, Indian National Science
Academy.
Fellow, The Royal Society, London.
Foreign Associate, National Academy of
Sciences, USA.
Honorary Foreign Member, American
Academy of Arts and
Sciences.
Member, Pontifical
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, American Philosophical Society.
Founding Fellow, Third World
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Soviet (now Russian) Academy
of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Polish
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Czechoslovak
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Slovenian Academy of Sciences, Ljubljana.
Foreign Member, Serbian Academy of Arts
& Sciences,
Yugoslavia.
Honorary Foreign Member, Korean
Academy of Science &
Technology.
Foreign Member, Academia Europaea.
Titular Member, European Academy
of Arts, Sciences &
Humanities.
Corresponding Member, Brazilian
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, Japan Academy.
Foreign Member, Royal
Spanish Academy
of Sciences.
Foreign Member, French
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, African
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, Caribbean
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Fellow, The Royal Society of Canada.
Foreign Member, Argentina Academy of Sciences
Foreign Member, Mangolian Academy of Sciences

Other major professional interest:
Science education and direct contact programmes with school children

Publications
Around 1500 research publications and 45 books.

Citation : Over 42,000 total citations (H-index, 90+).

 

Further:

 

http://www.jncasr.ac.in/cnrrao...

 

Dr.A.Jagadeesh 
Nellore(AP),India

E-mail: Anumakonda.jagadeesh@gmail.com

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September 23, 2011

I guess the window for Rothman and Schekman has closed.

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September 23, 2011

It is past time for Miller/Coffman/Mossman to get this and you could also include Cooper in that group for his work with B cells.

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September 23, 2011

I think Dr. Tu who discovered artemisinin from ancient Chinese medicine and provided a much needed means for curing drug-resistant malaria parasites and thus really saved millions of human lives (see Cell 146:855-859, 2011) should be given this year's Nobel Prize for Medicine, even though Tu did not publish her discovery in any SCI paper by herself and there is no citation number to be written for her own publications.

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September 23, 2011

 

Prof.C.N.R.Rao from India deserves to be considered for
Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

 

Professor Chintamani Nagesa Ramachandra Rao, also
known as C.N.R. Rao has done outstanding work in Chemistry field in Solid
State and Materials Chemistry, Structural Chemistry Some of the major areas of
research are transition metal oxide systems, (new synthesis and novel
structures, metal-insulator transitions, CMR materials, superconductivity,
multiferroics etc.), hybrid materials and nanomaterials including nanotubes and
graphene.

 

 

Here is an illustrious profile of the great Scientist:

a. Professor of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India
(Head of Department and later Dean of Research of the Institute) (1963-76).

b. Visiting Professor, Purdue University, 1967-68; 1982 (in part).

c. Commonwealth Visiting Professor, University
of Oxford and Fellow, St. Catherine's
College, Oxford
(1974-75).

d. Distinguished Visiting Professor, LaTrobe
University, Melbourne, Australia.

e. Jawaharlal Nehru Professor, University
of Cambridge and Professorial Fellow,
King's College, Cambridge
(1983-84).

f. Founder Chairman, Solid
State and Structural
Chemistry Unit and Materials Research Laboratory, Indian Institute of Science
(1977-84).

g. Director, Indian Institute of Science (1984-94).

h. Visiting Professor, Universite Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France
(1990).

i. Honorary Professor, University of Wales, Cardiff
(1993-1997).

j. President, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research
(1989-99).

k. Albert Einstein Research Professor (1995-1999).

l. Honorary Professor, Indian Institute of Science (1994- ).

m. Visiting Professor, University
of Southampton
(2007-2010).

n. Adjunct Professor of Chemistry, Purdue
University (2004- ).

o. Distinguished Visiting Professor of Materials, University
of California, Santa Barbara, CA
(1995- ).

p. Distinguished Research Fellow, University
of Cambridge (2007 - ).

q. Distinguished Visiting Professor, University
of California, Berkeley (2008 - ).

Degrees, Fellowships and Memberships of Science Academies

M.Sc. (Banaras) 1953, D.Sc. (Mysore)
1960, Ph.D. (Purdue) 1958.

Honorary Doctorates from 51 Universities:

Foreign Universities: D.Sc. (honoris causa) Bordeaux,
Caen, Colorado,
Khartoum, Liverpool, Northwestern, Novosibirsk, Oxford,
Purdue, Stellenbosch, Wales,
Wroclaw and RAS
(SB); Sc.D (honoris causa) Notre Dame; Fil. Dr. (honoris causa) Uppsala.

Indian Universities: D.Sc. (honoris causa) Aligarh, Anna,
Andhra, Banaras, Bengal Engineering, Bangalore, Burdwan, Bundelkhand, Delhi,
Hyderabad, IGNOU, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, IIT Kharagpur, IIT New
Delhi, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological, Kalyani, Karnataka, Kolkata, Kuvempu,
Lucknow, Mangalore, Manipur, Mysore, Osmania, Panjab, Roorkee, Sikkim Manipal,
SRM University, Uttar Pradesh Technological University, Sri Venkateswara,
Vidyasagar, Visveswaraya Technological, LL.D (honoris Causa) SV University;
D.Litt. (KSOU); Nadoja (Hampi); Desikottama (Vishva-Bharathi).

Fellowships of Academies
Fellow, Indian Academy of Sciences.
Fellow, Indian National Science
Academy.
Fellow, The Royal Society, London.
Foreign Associate, National Academy of
Sciences, USA.
Honorary Foreign Member, American
Academy of Arts and
Sciences.
Member, Pontifical
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, American Philosophical Society.
Founding Fellow, Third World
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Soviet (now Russian) Academy
of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Polish
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Czechoslovak
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Slovenian Academy of Sciences, Ljubljana.
Foreign Member, Serbian Academy of Arts
& Sciences,
Yugoslavia.
Honorary Foreign Member, Korean
Academy of Science &
Technology.
Foreign Member, Academia Europaea.
Titular Member, European Academy
of Arts, Sciences &
Humanities.
Corresponding Member, Brazilian
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, Japan Academy.
Foreign Member, Royal
Spanish Academy
of Sciences.
Foreign Member, French
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, African
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, Caribbean
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Fellow, The Royal Society of Canada.
Foreign Member, Argentina Academy of Sciences
Foreign Member, Mangolian Academy of Sciences

Other major professional interest:
Science education and direct contact programmes with school children

Publications
Around 1500 research publications and 45 books.

Citation : Over 42,000 total citations (H-index, 90+).

 

Further:

 

http://www.jncasr.ac.in/cnrrao...

 

Dr.A.Jagadeesh 
Nellore(AP),India

E-mail: Anumakonda.jagadeesh@gmail.com

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September 23, 2011

I guess the window for Rothman and Schekman has closed.

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Anonymous

September 23, 2011

It is past time for Miller/Coffman/Mossman to get this and you could also include Cooper in that group for his work with B cells.

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Anonymous

September 23, 2011

I think Dr. Tu who discovered artemisinin from ancient Chinese medicine and provided a much needed means for curing drug-resistant malaria parasites and thus really saved millions of human lives (see Cell 146:855-859, 2011) should be given this year's Nobel Prize for Medicine, even though Tu did not publish her discovery in any SCI paper by herself and there is no citation number to be written for her own publications.

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Anumakonda Jagadeesh

Posts: 1457

September 23, 2011

 

Prof.C.N.R.Rao from India deserves to be considered for
Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

 

Professor Chintamani Nagesa Ramachandra Rao, also
known as C.N.R. Rao has done outstanding work in Chemistry field in Solid
State and Materials Chemistry, Structural Chemistry Some of the major areas of
research are transition metal oxide systems, (new synthesis and novel
structures, metal-insulator transitions, CMR materials, superconductivity,
multiferroics etc.), hybrid materials and nanomaterials including nanotubes and
graphene.

 

 

Here is an illustrious profile of the great Scientist:

a. Professor of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India
(Head of Department and later Dean of Research of the Institute) (1963-76).

b. Visiting Professor, Purdue University, 1967-68; 1982 (in part).

c. Commonwealth Visiting Professor, University
of Oxford and Fellow, St. Catherine's
College, Oxford
(1974-75).

d. Distinguished Visiting Professor, LaTrobe
University, Melbourne, Australia.

e. Jawaharlal Nehru Professor, University
of Cambridge and Professorial Fellow,
King's College, Cambridge
(1983-84).

f. Founder Chairman, Solid
State and Structural
Chemistry Unit and Materials Research Laboratory, Indian Institute of Science
(1977-84).

g. Director, Indian Institute of Science (1984-94).

h. Visiting Professor, Universite Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France
(1990).

i. Honorary Professor, University of Wales, Cardiff
(1993-1997).

j. President, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research
(1989-99).

k. Albert Einstein Research Professor (1995-1999).

l. Honorary Professor, Indian Institute of Science (1994- ).

m. Visiting Professor, University
of Southampton
(2007-2010).

n. Adjunct Professor of Chemistry, Purdue
University (2004- ).

o. Distinguished Visiting Professor of Materials, University
of California, Santa Barbara, CA
(1995- ).

p. Distinguished Research Fellow, University
of Cambridge (2007 - ).

q. Distinguished Visiting Professor, University
of California, Berkeley (2008 - ).

Degrees, Fellowships and Memberships of Science Academies

M.Sc. (Banaras) 1953, D.Sc. (Mysore)
1960, Ph.D. (Purdue) 1958.

Honorary Doctorates from 51 Universities:

Foreign Universities: D.Sc. (honoris causa) Bordeaux,
Caen, Colorado,
Khartoum, Liverpool, Northwestern, Novosibirsk, Oxford,
Purdue, Stellenbosch, Wales,
Wroclaw and RAS
(SB); Sc.D (honoris causa) Notre Dame; Fil. Dr. (honoris causa) Uppsala.

Indian Universities: D.Sc. (honoris causa) Aligarh, Anna,
Andhra, Banaras, Bengal Engineering, Bangalore, Burdwan, Bundelkhand, Delhi,
Hyderabad, IGNOU, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, IIT Kharagpur, IIT New
Delhi, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological, Kalyani, Karnataka, Kolkata, Kuvempu,
Lucknow, Mangalore, Manipur, Mysore, Osmania, Panjab, Roorkee, Sikkim Manipal,
SRM University, Uttar Pradesh Technological University, Sri Venkateswara,
Vidyasagar, Visveswaraya Technological, LL.D (honoris Causa) SV University;
D.Litt. (KSOU); Nadoja (Hampi); Desikottama (Vishva-Bharathi).

Fellowships of Academies
Fellow, Indian Academy of Sciences.
Fellow, Indian National Science
Academy.
Fellow, The Royal Society, London.
Foreign Associate, National Academy of
Sciences, USA.
Honorary Foreign Member, American
Academy of Arts and
Sciences.
Member, Pontifical
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, American Philosophical Society.
Founding Fellow, Third World
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Soviet (now Russian) Academy
of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Polish
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Czechoslovak
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Slovenian Academy of Sciences, Ljubljana.
Foreign Member, Serbian Academy of Arts
& Sciences,
Yugoslavia.
Honorary Foreign Member, Korean
Academy of Science &
Technology.
Foreign Member, Academia Europaea.
Titular Member, European Academy
of Arts, Sciences &
Humanities.
Corresponding Member, Brazilian
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, Japan Academy.
Foreign Member, Royal
Spanish Academy
of Sciences.
Foreign Member, French
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, African
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, Caribbean
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Fellow, The Royal Society of Canada.
Foreign Member, Argentina Academy of Sciences
Foreign Member, Mangolian Academy of Sciences

Other major professional interest:
Science education and direct contact programmes with school children

Publications
Around 1500 research publications and 45 books.

Citation : Over 42,000 total citations (H-index, 90+).

 

Further:

 

http://www.jncasr.ac.in/cnrrao...

 

Dr.A.Jagadeesh 
Nellore(AP),India

E-mail: Anumakonda.jagadeesh@gmail.com

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Anonymous

September 23, 2011

I guess the window for Rothman and Schekman has closed.

September 24, 2011

 

Prof.C.N.R.Rao
from India
deserves to be considered for Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

 

Professor Chintamani
Nagesa Ramachandra Rao, also known as C.N.R. Rao has done outstanding
work in Chemistry field in Solid State and Materials Chemistry, Structural
Chemistry ,some of the major areas of research are transition metal oxide
systems, (new synthesis and novel structures, metal-insulator transitions, CMR
materials, superconductivity, multiferroics etc.), hybrid materials and
nanomaterials including nanotubes and graphene.

 

Fellowships
of Academies
Fellow, Indian Academy of Sciences.
Fellow, Indian National Science
Academy.
Fellow, The Royal Society, London.
Foreign Associate, National Academy of
Sciences, USA.
Honorary Foreign Member, American
Academy of Arts and
Sciences.
Member, Pontifical
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, American Philosophical Society.
Founding Fellow, Third World
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Soviet (now Russian) Academy
of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Polish
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Czechoslovak
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Slovenian Academy of Sciences, Ljubljana.
Foreign Member, Serbian Academy of Arts
& Sciences,
Yugoslavia.
Honorary Foreign Member, Korean
Academy of Science &
Technology.
Foreign Member, Academia Europaea.
Titular Member, European Academy
of Arts, Sciences &
Humanities.
Corresponding Member, Brazilian
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, Japan Academy.
Foreign Member, Royal
Spanish Academy
of Sciences.
Foreign Member, French
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, African
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, Caribbean
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Fellow, The Royal Society of Canada.
Foreign Member, Argentina Academy of Sciences
Foreign Member, Mangolian Academy of Sciences

Other major professional interest:
Science education and direct contact programmes with school children

Publications
Around 1500 research publications and 45 books.

Citation : Over 42,000
total citations (H-index, 90+).

 

Honorary
Doctorates from 51 Universities:

 

Dr.A.Jagadeesh  Nellore(AP),India

E-mail:
Anumakonda.jagadeesh@gmail.com

Avatar of:

Posts: 0

September 24, 2011

 

Prof.C.N.R.Rao
from India
deserves to be considered for Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

 

Professor Chintamani
Nagesa Ramachandra Rao, also known as C.N.R. Rao has done outstanding
work in Chemistry field in Solid State and Materials Chemistry, Structural
Chemistry ,some of the major areas of research are transition metal oxide
systems, (new synthesis and novel structures, metal-insulator transitions, CMR
materials, superconductivity, multiferroics etc.), hybrid materials and
nanomaterials including nanotubes and graphene.

 

Fellowships
of Academies
Fellow, Indian Academy of Sciences.
Fellow, Indian National Science
Academy.
Fellow, The Royal Society, London.
Foreign Associate, National Academy of
Sciences, USA.
Honorary Foreign Member, American
Academy of Arts and
Sciences.
Member, Pontifical
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, American Philosophical Society.
Founding Fellow, Third World
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Soviet (now Russian) Academy
of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Polish
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Czechoslovak
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Slovenian Academy of Sciences, Ljubljana.
Foreign Member, Serbian Academy of Arts
& Sciences,
Yugoslavia.
Honorary Foreign Member, Korean
Academy of Science &
Technology.
Foreign Member, Academia Europaea.
Titular Member, European Academy
of Arts, Sciences &
Humanities.
Corresponding Member, Brazilian
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, Japan Academy.
Foreign Member, Royal
Spanish Academy
of Sciences.
Foreign Member, French
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, African
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, Caribbean
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Fellow, The Royal Society of Canada.
Foreign Member, Argentina Academy of Sciences
Foreign Member, Mangolian Academy of Sciences

Other major professional interest:
Science education and direct contact programmes with school children

Publications
Around 1500 research publications and 45 books.

Citation : Over 42,000
total citations (H-index, 90+).

 

Honorary
Doctorates from 51 Universities:

 

Dr.A.Jagadeesh  Nellore(AP),India

E-mail:
Anumakonda.jagadeesh@gmail.com

Avatar of:

Posts: 0

September 24, 2011

 

Prof.C.N.R.Rao
from India
deserves to be considered for Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

 

Professor Chintamani
Nagesa Ramachandra Rao, also known as C.N.R. Rao has done outstanding
work in Chemistry field in Solid State and Materials Chemistry, Structural
Chemistry ,some of the major areas of research are transition metal oxide
systems, (new synthesis and novel structures, metal-insulator transitions, CMR
materials, superconductivity, multiferroics etc.), hybrid materials and
nanomaterials including nanotubes and graphene.

 

Fellowships
of Academies
Fellow, Indian Academy of Sciences.
Fellow, Indian National Science
Academy.
Fellow, The Royal Society, London.
Foreign Associate, National Academy of
Sciences, USA.
Honorary Foreign Member, American
Academy of Arts and
Sciences.
Member, Pontifical
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, American Philosophical Society.
Founding Fellow, Third World
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Soviet (now Russian) Academy
of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Polish
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Czechoslovak
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Member, Slovenian Academy of Sciences, Ljubljana.
Foreign Member, Serbian Academy of Arts
& Sciences,
Yugoslavia.
Honorary Foreign Member, Korean
Academy of Science &
Technology.
Foreign Member, Academia Europaea.
Titular Member, European Academy
of Arts, Sciences &
Humanities.
Corresponding Member, Brazilian
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, Japan Academy.
Foreign Member, Royal
Spanish Academy
of Sciences.
Foreign Member, French
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, African
Academy of Sciences.
Honorary Member, Caribbean
Academy of Sciences.
Foreign Fellow, The Royal Society of Canada.
Foreign Member, Argentina Academy of Sciences
Foreign Member, Mangolian Academy of Sciences

Other major professional interest:
Science education and direct contact programmes with school children

Publications
Around 1500 research publications and 45 books.

Citation : Over 42,000
total citations (H-index, 90+).

 

Honorary
Doctorates from 51 Universities:

 

Dr.A.Jagadeesh  Nellore(AP),India

E-mail:
Anumakonda.jagadeesh@gmail.com

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September 26, 2011

Yamanaka, mayube with Thompson and Weissman

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September 26, 2011

Yamanaka, mayube with Thompson and Weissman

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September 26, 2011

Yamanaka, mayube with Thompson and Weissman

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