2016 tables: Institutions - life sciences

The 2016 tables are based on Nature Index data from 1 January 2015 to 31 December 2015.

Table criteria

# Institution Share 2015 Count 2015
1 Czech Academy of Sciences (CAS), Czech Republic 12.46 78
2 Charles University (CU), Czech Republic 5.44 35
3 University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic 2.07 12
4 Masaryk University (MU), Czech Republic 1.81 22
5 Palacky University (PU), Czech Republic 1.34 17
6 Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (CULS), Czech Republic 0.40 1
7 Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU), Czech Republic 0.32 1
8 Crop Research Institute (CRI), Czech Republic 0.30 8
9 University of Ostrava (OSU), Czech Republic 0.29 3
10 St. Anne's University Hospital Brno (FNUSA), Czech Republic 0.24 4
11 University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences Brno (VFU), Czech Republic 0.23 8
12 University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague (UCT), Czech Republic 0.21 1
13 Na Homolce Hospital, Czech Republic 0.18 1
14 Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic 0.14 8
14 Veterinary Research Institute in Brno (VRI), Czech Republic 0.14 8
14 Brno University of Technology (BUT), Czech Republic 0.14 8
15 Institute for Clinical and Experimental Medicine (IKEM), Czech Republic 0.09 1
16 Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion (IHBT), Czech Republic 0.07 1
16 Nemocnice Strakonice, a.s., Czech Republic 0.07 1
16 GENNET Archa, Czech Republic 0.07 1
17 Liberec Zoo, Czech Republic 0.02 1
18 General University Hospital in Prague, Czech Republic 0.02 1
19 National Institute of Public Health (NIPH), Czech Republic 0.02 1
20 Sotio, a.s., Czech Republic 0.00 1

Footnote

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