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2016年国际学术影响力前100名   奥巴马世界第一

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2016 2015 2014 2013 Top 100 Articles

In the past year, Altmetric has tracked over 17 million mentions of 2.7 million different research outputs. These are the top 100 most-discussed journal articles of 2016.

  1. Article #1 of 100
    United States Health Care Reform: Progress to Date and Next Steps
    Special Communication in JAMA
    In the first academic paper to be published by a sitting president, Obama assesses the effect of the Affordable Care Act and recommends additional healthcare priorities for future governments.
  2. Article #2 of 100
    Medical error—the third leading cause of death in the US
    Analysis in British Medical Journal
    Medical error is not included on death certificates or in rankings of cause of death. This article in the BMJ assesses its contribution to mortality and calls for better reporting.
  3. Article #3 of 100
    Observation of Gravitational Waves from a Binary Black Hole Merger
    Article in Physical Review Letters
    The decades-long search for gravitational waves ended in celebration after physicists finally directly observed the phenomenon – when two distant black holes collided.
  4. Article #4 of 100
    Evidence for a Distant Giant Planet in the Solar System
    Article in The Astronomical Journal
    Astrophysicist Mike Brown might have been partly responsible for ending Pluto's planethood, but recent analyses by him and Konstantin Batygin at Caltech have suggested another planet – some 5,000 times the size of Pluto – lurking beyond the Kupier belt.
  5. Resesarchers from UCSF report that the sugar industry sponsored research which turned attention away from sugar's link with heart disease, instead stressing the effect of dietary fats and cholesterol.
  6. Article #6 of 100
    Zika Virus and Birth Defects — Reviewing the Evidence for Causality
    Special Report in New England Journal of Medicine
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed in this review that infection with the Zika virus could cause complications including microcephaly and brain damage in infants born to infected mothers.
  7. MIT researchers link inequality to a large and growing gap in lifespans between the richest and poorest in the US, noting that low-income Americans can, on average, expect 10 to 15 fewer years of life.
  8. This two-year-long study of 500 overweight volunteers finds that wearing a fitness tracker does not appear to improve the amount of weight lost.
  9. The game of Go has long been viewed as challenging for artificial intelligence – this article introduces a new neural network algorithm which became the first to defeat a human professional player.
  10. Article #10 of 100
    The new world atlas of artificial night sky brightness
    Article in Science Advances
    Researchers have created a new global atlas of light pollution, showing that the Milky Way is now invisible for 80% of Americans.


Altmetric Top 100 2016


Dear Colleagues,

We're excited to announce that the Altmetric Top 100 2016 is now live! Big topics such as Zika, planetary exploration, health and medical sciences, and the impact of technology on humanity all feature on the list this year.



Research by sitting President Obama on US healthcare reform was not only the most widely discussed and shared academic paper of 2016, it has also resulted in the highest Altmetric Attention Score ever tracked.
Explore the full list
Introducing the Top 100 podcast
For the first time (and with some help from our friends at Digital Science) we've made a podcast to coincide with the release of the Top 100! Featuring interviews with JAMA Editors Howard Bauchner and Phil Fontanarosa, NEJM Editor Jeffrey Drazen and authors from some of the top papers, the podcast offers a great insight into the research behind the articles in the list.

Listen to the podcast
About the Top 100
This annual list highlights the journal articles published in the last 12 months that have received the most attention across sources such as the mainstream media, social networks, blogs, and other scholarly and non-scholarly forums.

You can read more about how the list is made and the authors and institutions that feature this year on the Altmetric blog.

We hope you enjoy exploring the research in the Top 100 as much as we have!

Kind regards,
The Altmetric Team
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