[ASC-media] Who's top in Australian science?

Niall Byrne niall at scienceinpublic.com.au
Wed Mar 21 08:51:41 CET 2012

Dear ASCers,

This Thursday 22 March, Nature Publishing Group publishes their Nature Publishing Index 2011 Asia-Pacific. The Index provides a unique insight into the quality and impact of Asia-Pacific science.

  *   Which is the most productive university in the Asia-Pacific?
  *   Will Melbourne regain its 2009 crown as top Australian university or will Sydney hold onto its 2010 leadership position followed by Queensland and Monash?
  *   Will James Cook University continue its march up the list?

Find out more on Thursday when all is revealed. We're happy to brief media on embargo (until 05.00 AEDT March 22) in advance.

We've assisted with the editorial for the supplement and have written media releases for the top five countries.

The Index measures the output of research articles from nations and institutes in terms of publications in the 18 Nature-branded primary research journals in 2011.
More at www.scienceinpublic.com.au<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au/>, and after 05.00 AEDT the the official web link will be http://www.nature.com/npg_/press_room/press_releases.html
Kind regards,



Niall Byrne

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