Top 10 institutions / ANZ / Life sciences
Australia and New Zealand’s leading institutions for high-quality science, ordered by weighted fractional count (WFC) for 2015. Also shown are institutions’ fractional count (FC), the total number of articles (AC), and the change in WFC from 2012–2015. Articles are from the 68 journals that comprise the Nature Index.
|2015||Institution||WFC 2015||FC 2015|
|1||The University of Queensland (UQ), Australia||47.17||47.17||154||10.98|
|2||The University of Melbourne (UniMelb), Australia||32.44||32.44||181||–8.46|
|3||The University of Sydney (USYD), Australia||31.87||31.87||110||0.87|
|4||Monash University, Australia||28.81||28.81||103||1.33|
|5||Australian National University (ANU), Australia||15.92||15.92||52||4.56|
|6||University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia||15.44||15.44||77||3.81|
|7||University of Otago, New Zealand||12.98||12.98||44||3.17|
|8||The University of Western Australia (UWA), Australia||11.95||11.95||74||0.5|
|9||Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research (WEHI), Australia||10.08||10.08||46||–2.35|
|10||The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia||10.07||10.07||47||2.22|
Weighted fractional count (WFC) for each institution is shown to two decimal places only. When two or more institutions have the same WFC, their positions are determined by the thousandth place (or beyond).
These results are based on the most recent data available. Owing to continual refinements of the data, the figures in the database are liable to change and might differ to those printed in the supplements.