"A network of science: 150 years of Nature papers"

"A network of science: 150 years of Nature papers"

News EVENTS 09 December 2019 1154 hits Anna May Masnou

The prestigious Nature scientific journal celebrated its 150th anniversary on November 4, 2019. In order to commemorate it, the journal published a video on the role played by the journal in the history of science, and also prepared an interactive graph that explains the complex network created by the co-cited journal articles. More than 88,000 articles are published since 1900. 

In the video "A network of science: 150 years of Nature papers" is is clearly seen that science is a giant and complex network. Each paper is represented by a dot, and are linked with those that came before and with those that followed. The articles are grouped into fields and clusters represented by different colors. In the network, two articles are linked if another scientific article cites them both, the size of the dot representing the number of co-citation links. The complex network shows the relationships between the different papers and gives an idea of ​​the multidisciplinary scope of the magazine. Nature has also prepared an interactive immersive network, where you can play around and take a look at the articles and their connections. 

Nature also includes discussions of 10 articles of great scientific impact during this period, a reflection on the history of the magazine, an in-depth analysis of the co-citation network, graphs on the evolution of the publication according to different dimensions, and you can also download the first issue, published on November 4, 1869! 

You can find all the contents of the 150th anniversary of Nature journal here.  


Some of the ICMAB articles published in Nature, Nature Physics, Nature Communications, Nature Materials and Nature Photonics between 2017 and 2019 are:

Giant topological Hall effect in correlated oxide thin films
Vistoli, L; Wang, WB; Sander, A; Zhu, QX; Casals, B; Cichelero, R; Barthelemy, A; Fusil, S; Herranz, G; Valencia, S; Abrudan, R; Weschke, E; Nakazawa, K; Kohno, H; Santamaria, J; Wu, WD; Garcia, V; Bibes, M
2019, 15 (1), 67+

Inkjet-printed stretchable and low voltage synaptic transistor array
Molina-Lopez, F; Gao, TZ; Kraft, U; Zhu, C; Ohlund, T; Pfattner, R; Feig, VR; Kim, Y; Wang, S; Yun, Y; Bao, Z
2019, 10 

Gap suppression at a Lifshitz transition in a multi-condensate superconductor
Singh, G; Jouan, A; Herranz, G; Scigaj, M; Sanchez, F; Benfatto, L; Caprara, S; Grilli, M; Saiz, G; Couedo, F; Feuillet-Palme, C; LesueurDD, J; Bergeal, N
2019, 18 (9), 948+

Self-assembly of polyhedral metal-organic framework particles into three-dimensional ordered superstructures
Avci, C; Imaz, I; Carne-Sanchez, A; Pariente, JA; Tasios, N; Perez-Carvajal, J; Alonso, MI; Blanco, A; Dijkstra, M; Lopez, C; Maspoch, D
2018, 10 (1), 78-84 

Hydroxypropyl cellulose photonic architectures by soft nanoimprinting lithography
Espinha, A; Dore, C); Matricardi, C; Alonso, MI; Goni, AR; Mihi, A
2018, 12 (6), 343+ 

Stability and nature of the volume collapse of epsilon-Fe2O3 under extreme conditions
Sans, JA; Monteseguro, V; Garbarino, G; Gich, M; Cerantola, V; Cuartero, V; Monte, M; Irifune, T; Munoz, A; Popescu, C
2018, 9

Structure of a model TiO2 photocatalytic interface
Hussain, H.; Tocci, G.; Woolcot, T.; Torrelles, X.; Pang, C. L.; Humphrey, D. S.; Yim, C. M.; Grinter, D. C.; Cabailh, G.; Bikondoa, O.; Lindsay, R.; Zegenhagen, J.; Michaelides, A.; Thornton, G.
2017, 16 (4), 461+

Thermal conductivity and air-mediated losses in periodic porous silicon membranes at high temperatures
Graczykowski, B.; El Sachat, A.; Reparaz, J. S.; Sledzinska, M.; Wagner, M. R.; Chavez-Angel, E.; Wu, Y.; Volz, S.; Wu, Y.; Alzina, F.; Sotomayor Torres, C. M.
2017, 8, 415

Piezo-generated charge mapping revealed through direct piezoelectric force microscopy
Gomez, A.; Gich, M.; Carretero-Genevrier, A.; Puig, T.; Obradors, X.
2017, 8, 1113

Functional electronic inversion layers at ferroelectric domain walls
Mundy, J. A.; Schaab, J.; Kumagai, Y.; Cano, A.; Stengel, M.; Krug, I. P.; Gottlob, D. M.; Doganay, H.; Holtz, M. E.; Held, R.; Yan, Z.; Bourret, E.; Schneider, C. M.; Schlom, D. G.; Muller, D. A.; Ramesh, R.; Spaldin, N. A.; Meier, D.
2017, 16 (6), 622-+

Improper electric polarization in simple perovskite oxides with two magnetic sublattices
Zhao, Hong Jian; Bellaiche, L.; Chen, Xiang Ming; Iniguez, Jorge
2017, 8, 14025

Direct imaging of delayed magneto-dynamic modes induced by surface acoustic waves
Foerster, Michael; Macia, Ferran; Statuto, Nahuel; Finizio, Simone; Hernandez-Minguez, Alberto; Lendinez, Sergi; Santos, Paulo V.; Fontcuberta, Josep; Manel Hernandez, Joan; Klaeui, Mathias; Aballe, Lucia
2017, 8, 407

Conflicting evidence for ferroelectricity
D'Avino, Gabriele; Souto, Manuel; Masino, Matteo; Fischer, Jonas K. H.; Ratera, Imma; Fontrodona, Xavier; Giovannetti, Gianluca; Verstraete, Matthieu J.; Painelli, Anna; Lunkenheimer, Peter; Veciana, Jaume; Girlando, Alberto
2017, 547 (7662), E9-E13


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