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ICMAB’s top countries with whom we have collaborated in 2020 - A year in review

International research partnerships are a key factor to improve our collective knowledge. Not only does it allow everybody to share access to different scientific installations and techniques, it also gives research a more diverse viewpoint that ensures every possibility is considered. These are the countries that ICMAB has collaborated more with during 2020:

04 January 2021
Europe in a globe by Krzysztof Hepner
Europe in a globe by Krzysztof Hepner

world map collaborations 2020

ICMAB's Top Collaborators

#1 - United States of America (43 articles)
#2 - France (42 articles)
#3 - Italy (33 articles)
#4 - United Kingdom (31 articles)
#5 - Germany (27 articles)
#6 - China (24 articles)
#7 - Switzerland (16 articles)
#8 - Belgium (11 articles)
#9 - Japan, Romania and Russia (9 articles each)

You can also see our top collaborators for the period 2016 - 2020 in our Facts & Figures page. Around 75 % of the articles are in collaborations with other institutions and countries. 

The top collaborator is France (193 articles), followed by the USA, Italy, Germany, England, Switzerland and China. The next ones are Belgium, Russia, Sweden, Japan, Czech Republic, The Netherlands, Luxembourg and Brazil. Followed by Romania, Chile, Portugal, Serbia, Austria, Poland, Argentina and Finland. Next in the line are Norway, India, Denmark, Greece, Scotland, Australia, Israel, Canada, Iran, Ireland, Colombia and Slovakia. With 10 collaborations Egypt, Mexico, Singapore and South Korea. Down come Tunisia, Uruguay, Croatia, Equador, Hungary, Ukraine, Saudi Arabia and Slovenia. With 6 Belarus, South Africa, Turkey and Wales. Next is Latvia, Taiwan, Armenia, Estonia, Georgia, Malta and North Ireland. Venezuela, Aleria, Cuba, Malaysia and Maldova come next. And with 1 collaboration are Angola, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, Iraq, Morocco, New Zealand, Pakistan, Qatar, Thailand and Vietnam. Happy to be in all the continents!

Note: The data has been gathered from the Web of Science-Core collection, as of 14/12/2020. Some articles may be accepted but not yet added to the Web of Science-Core collection, and thus the final data of 2020 can vary. Thank you for your understanding. 

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Take a look at all of our 2020 articles!

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