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Nature, Volume 514 Number 7524. Fifty years ago, Eugene Garfield published the Science Citation Index, which revolutionized the scientific profession’s approach to data searches and became a model for the assessment of the importance of research papers. To mark the anniversary, Nature asked Thomson Reuters, which now owns the SCI, to list the 100 most highly cited papers of all time. The exercise proved interesting - and revealed a few surprises. Cover illustration: Kyle Bean

Nature, Volume 514 Number 7524. Fifty years ago, Eugene Garfield published the Science Citation Index, which revolutionized the scientific profession’s approach to data searches and became a model for the assessment of the importance of research papers. To mark the anniversary, Nature asked Thomson Reuters, which now owns the SCI, to list the 100 most highly cited papers of all time. The exercise proved interesting - and revealed a few surprises. Cover illustration: Kyle Bean

Thomson Reuters Web of Science: A single destination to access the most reliable multidisciplinary research

Thomson Reuters Web of Science: A single destination to access the most reliable multidisciplinary research

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