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The place of genealogy in present scientific research has been investigated by scientometric methods. The term “genealogy” and related words were searched in the title, keywords, and abstracts of science journals for the period 1975–2006. It was concluded that 1991 onward the number of articles about “applied” genealogy has increased dramatically, whereas that of classical (or “pure”) genealogy only modestly. In contemporary science, the fields medicine and genetics are those who profit most from human genealogy. More than forty percent of the medical articles containing the search terms were from the neurology and oncology in the period investigated.

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Scientometrics
Authors: Tibor Braun, Ildikó Dióspatonyi, Sándor Zsindely, and Erika Zádor
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Authors: Tibor Braun, Sándor Zsindely, Ildikó Dióspatonyi, and Erika Zádor

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Activities on nanoscale research have seen a skyrocketting growth beginning during the nineties. This can be documented by the birth of no less than 16 science journals dedicated entirely to this field of science. The topics of these journals reflect the true interdisciplinary character of nanoscale research. In this paper the decision-makers on what and when appears in those journals, the gatekeepers, i.e., the editorial members of those journals and their national identity are analyzed and some conclusions are drawn on the decisional power of the countries these gatekeepers are located in. It came out that although the United States is still the leading power in the nanoscale research field, the EU is strongly catching up and due to intensive efforts in this directions by some Far East countries as China and Japan but also of India, Asia is nearing and in some cases even overtaking the big powers.

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