Fourteen Jordanians among world’s top 2pct researchers

[16-11-2020 12:26 PM]

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Fourteen researchers from the University of Jordan (UJ) are featured in a Stanford University’s list of the world’s top two per cent scientists.

The ranking was published in the highly-rated journal, PLOS Biology, and used SCOPUS database for analyses of the citations and the composite indicators, including research performance, quality and quantity of publications, and number of citations.

UJ President Abdulkarim Qudah said Monday that having Jordanian researchers featured on this global ranking is the fruit of a clear plan the university has devised, focusing on scientific research to propel the shift toward becoming a smart and productive university.

The Stanford University’s list of the world’s top 2 percent scientists includes 150,000 researchers from 149 countries.

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