Nature Index Launches First Global Science City Ranking: Beijing Number One
From Springer Nature:
The Nature Index 2018 Science Cities supplement published in Nature today includes the first Nature Index global science city ranking. The ranking confirms dominance of China and the United States in research output. Beijing is the top science city globally, followed by New York, Boston, San Francisco and Baltimore.
Besides Beijing, nine other cities in China rank amongst the top 50 cities globally, as measured by the Nature Index, which tracks the authorship of articles in 82 high-quality research journals.* The US accounts for 19 of the top 50 cities. Tokyo (6th) and Paris (8th) are the only cities in the global top 10 that are outside the US and China.
- Nature Index 2018 Science Cities
- Nature Index 2018 Science Cities Interactive Graphics
- Nature Index 2018 Science Cities Tables
- Top 200 Science Cities List
- Interactive Map: The Top 500 Cities by Scientific Output in 2017
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