Who's Number One? | GenomeWeb

Who's Number One?

When it comes to publishing research on biology and medicine, the US is still "the dominant player," says Forbes' Matthew Herper. The US published more than 1.14 million scientific articles in those fields between 2005 and 2009, and published 29 percent of papers published worldwide in 2009 alone, Herper says.

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