Top 10 institutions in chemistry
Leading institutions of the wider Middle East region for high-quality science, ordered by weighted fractional count (WFC) for 2015. Also shown are the total number of articles, and the change in WFC from 2014.
|2015||Institution||WFC 2014||WFC 2015|
|1||Weizmann Institute of Science (WIS), Israel||43.39||51.81||72||19.4%|
|2||King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia||32.11||51.39||110||60.0%|
|3||Technion-Israel Institute of Technology (IIT), Israel||18.71||34.46||61||84.2%|
|4||Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI), Israel||33.56||29.23||55||-12.9%|
|5||Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), Israel||14.16||22.11||31||56.1%|
|6||Tel Aviv University (TAU), Israel||21.31||19.24||39||-9.7%|
|7||King Abdulaziz University (KAU), Saudi Arabia||12.13||10.61||97||-12.5%|
|8||Bar-Ilan University (BIU), Israel||7.67||6.21||13||-19.0%|
|9||Bilkent University, Turkey||10.84||5.84||11||-46.1%|
|10||University of Cyprus, Cyprus||4.22||4.40||6||4.3%|
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.