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(PRWEB) September 18, 2013
Biotech Science News (BSN), a website that promotes research news and ranks scientists and organizations working in the life science arena, today unveiled the top life science organization dominating the top five life science meetings, that focus on Cancer Biology, Cell Biology, Biology, Drug Design, and Stem Cells research.
The full list includes:
- Harvard University
- University of California
- National Institutes of Health
- MD Anderson
- Stanford University
- Johns Hopkins University
- Penn State University
- Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
- Duke University
- Washington University, StL
- Yale University
- University of Chicago
Presentations from these organizations represent 17.4 percent of the over 40,000 presentations at the five specialty meetings tracked by BSN, and 54.3 percent of all 74.500 presentations in the BSN database. At the same time, these 18 organizations represent only 0.001 percent of the 14,700 life science organizations tracked by BSN.
Harvard, NIH, MD Anderson, Stanford, MSKCC, and Pfizer retain their leading positions from 2012, with another twelve life science organizations joining the club this year.
To see the complete list visit: http://biotechsciencenews.com/OrgsBySpecialtylindex.html.
The BSN rankings overall are based on the activities and accomplishments of over 54,700 researchers in over 14,700 organizations who have made over 74,500 presentations. Their accomplishments include speaking/presenting, grants, honors, clinical trials, patents, editorial positions, published peer review papers, proceeding papers, membership in professional organizations and white papers.
BSN ranks and reports on the people, organizations and news in terms of generating the most consequence, activity and interest in the life science community. BSN also provides insight into the agendas that are being driven by the major academic and pharmaceutical organizations as they present at life science meetings. Researchers track early stage developments and details through BSN's reporting of presentations given at life science meetings. Through this exclusive information, BSN emerges as the only website in the life science arena fostering broad collaboration across the research community.
The BSN rankings are based on the activities and accomplishments of researchers and their organizations. The accomplishments values include speaking/presenting, grants, honors, clinical trials, patents, editorial positions, published peer review papers, proceeding papers, membership in professional organizations and white papers.
BSN Managing Partner, Zachary Dicker, said, "We're very proud to offer the life science community with a site that promotes research news and ranks scientists and organizations working in the life science arena. We encourage scientists across the world to share their accomplishments with us to help us track the complete life science research ecosystem."
BSN encourages researchers and executives to post both their CVs and their research. By posting, individuals can improve their "Accomplishment" score and the ranking of their organizations. Information can include accomplishments such as, invited presentations and lectures, honors, grants clinical trials, editorial positions, peer-reviewed papers, non/pre-peer reviewed papers, membership in professional societies, and white papers.
Life science researchers and executives can post their information at: http://biotechsciencenews.com/OrgsBySpecialty/index.html.
Organizations interested in sponsorship opportunities, contact Zachary Dicker at 5166338204 or zdicker(at)BiotechScienceNews(dot)com.
About Biotech Science News (http://www.BiotechScienceNews.com)
Biotech Science News (BSN) is a website that promotes research and encourages researchers to share heir accomplishments. BSN also ranks life scientists and their organizations working in the life sciences such as biotechnology, drug discovery, genomics, microbiology, neuroscience, medicine, pharmacology, cell biology and molecular biology. The networking site ranks and reports the people, organizations and news in terms of generating the most consequence, activity and interest in the life science community.