United Kingdom (UK)

1 December 2019 - 30 November 2020

Subject/journal group: All

The table to the right includes counts of all research outputs for United Kingdom (UK) published between 1 December 2019 - 30 November 2020 which are tracked by the Nature Index.

Hover over the donut graph to view the FC output for each subject. Below, the same research outputs are grouped by subject. Click on the subject to drill-down into a list of articles organized by journal, and then by title.

Note: Articles may be assigned to more than one subject area.

Count Share
8082 3835.90

Outputs by subject (FC)

Subject Count Share
Life Sciences 3596 1657.62
Earth & Environmental Sciences 1252 531.17
Chemistry 1812 1040.02
Physical Sciences 2552 1094.78
109 57.37
110 54.53
64 24.41
146 75.91
105 30.17
373 171.88
51 22
SDSS-IV MaNGA: When is morphology imprinted on galaxies?
2020-11-04
0.43
Most EL CVn systems are inner binaries of hierarchical triples
2020-10-21
0.40
Analysis of methanol maser flares in G107.298+5.63 and S255-NIRS3
2020-10-11
0.67
FAUST I. The hot corino at the heart of the prototypical Class I protostar L1551 IRS5
2020-10-11
0.02
Predictions of Gaia’s prize microlensing events are flawed
2020-10-11
1
The TESS light curve of the eccentric eclipsing binary 1SWASP J011351.29+314909.7 – no evidence for a very hot M-dwarf companion
2020-10-11
0.88
The distribution of dark galaxies and spin bias
2020-10-11
0.50
The impact of strong recombination on temperature determination in planetary nebulae
2020-10-11
0.14
The stringent upper limit on jet power in the persistent soft-state source 4U 1957+11
2020-10-11
0.13
What drives galaxy quenching? Resolving molecular gas and star formation in the green valley
2020-10-11
0.40
Detection of 15 bursts from the fast radio burst 180916.J0158+65 with the upgraded Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope
2020-09-26
0.06
The discovery of the most UV–Ly α luminous star-forming galaxy: a young, dust- and metal-poor starburst with QSO-like luminosities
2020-09-16
0.11
The newly discovered Be/X-ray binary Swift J004516.6–734703 in the SMC: witnessing the emergence of a circumstellar disc
2020-09-10
0.25
First L band detection of hot exozodiacal dust with VLTI/MATISSE
2020-09-09
0.20
Swift J004427.3−734801 – a probable Be/white dwarf system in the Small Magellanic Cloud
2020-09-01
0.50
Testing viscous disc theory using the balance between stellar accretion and external photoevaporation of protoplanetary discs
2020-09-01
0.38
Detection of a possible multiphase ultra-fast outflow in IRAS 13349+2438 with NuSTAR and XMM–Newton
2020-08-25
0.22
Peter Pan discs: finding Neverland’s parameters
2020-07-21
1
Pulsation in the white dwarf HE 1017−1352: confirmation of the class of hot DAV stars
2020-06-04
0.08
ASASSN-15lh: a TDE about a maximally rotating 109 M⊙ black hole
2020-06-03
1
‘On the red supergiant problem’: a rebuttal, and a consensus on the upper mass cut-off for II-P progenitors
2020-06-01
0.50
The evidence for a spatially flat Universe
2020-05-27
1
Fainter harder brighter softer: a correlation between αox, X-ray spectral state, and Eddington ratio in tidal disruption events
2020-05-22
1
A low-mass stellar companion to the young variable star RZ Psc
2020-05-20
0.08
Discovery of β Cep pulsations in the eclipsing binary V453 Cygni
2020-05-18
0.25
Correlations between mass, stellar kinematics, and gas metallicity in eagle galaxies
2020-05-15
0.25
Galaxy optical variability of Virgo cluster: new tracer for environmental influences on galaxies
2020-05-08
0.04
A period-dependent spatial scatter of Galactic black hole transients
2020-05-07
0.43
Orbital and superorbital periods in ULX pulsars, disc-fed HMXBs, Be/X-ray binaries, and double-periodic variables
2020-05-04
0.50
TESS photometry of extreme helium stars PV Tel and V821 Cen
2020-04-29
0.33
The formation of young massive clusters by colliding flows
2020-04-24
1
On ageing star clusters using red supergiants independent of the fraction of interacting binary stars
2020-04-20
0.17
Discovery of a thermonuclear Type I X-ray burst in infrared: new limits on the orbital period of 4U 1728-34
2020-04-10
0.36
Subhalo sinking and off-centre massive black holes in dwarf galaxies
2020-03-13
0.11
The UV surface habitability of Proxima b: first experiments revealing probable life survival to stellar flares
2020-02-27
0.13
The apparent anti-correlation between the mass opacity of interstellar dust and the surface-density of interstellar gas
2020-02-19
1
VVV WIN 1733−3349: a low extinction window to probe the far side of the Milky Way bulge ★
2020-02-14
0.13
Reflex motion in the Milky Way stellar halo resulting from the Large Magellanic Cloud infall
2020-02-13
1
The Pristine survey X: a large population of low-metallicity stars permeates the Galactic disk.
2020-02-13
0.10
Rocking shadows in broken circumbinary discs
2020-02-11
0.33
Discovering novae in early-type galaxies with MUSE: A chance find in NGC 1404, and 12 more candidates from an archival search
2020-02-07
1
GSN 069 – A tidal disruption near miss
2020-02-07
0.33
Radio and X-ray detections of GX 339–4 in quiescence using MeerKAT and Swift
2020-02-06
0.16
Capture of interstellar objects: a source of long-period comets
2020-01-29
0.25
13C17O suggests gravitational instability in the HL Tau disc
2020-01-24
1
The ALMaQUEST survey – III. Scatter in the resolved star-forming main sequence is primarily due to variations in star formation efficiency
2020-01-24
0.22
A radio parallax to the black hole X-ray binary MAXI J1820+070
2020-01-20
0.10
Subaru FOCAS IFU observations of two z ≈ 0.12 strong-lensing elliptical galaxies from SDSS MaNGA*
2020-01-09
0.75
Solar cycle variation of νmax in helioseismic data and its implications for asteroseismology
2020-01-08
0.38
Dependence of gravitational wave transient rates on cosmic star formation and metallicity evolution history
2020-01-06
0.50
Stochastic gravitational wave background anisotropies in the mHz band: astrophysical dependencies
2019-12-16
0.25
80 40.64
89 26.57
322 149.31
1 0.17
34 15.47
11 2.83
15 6.48
27 9.34
22 9.49
84 34.44
37 15.51
428 179.77
49 22.43
113 56.02
41 14.05
97 41.35
144 34.63

1 December 2019 - 30 November 2020

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Top 10 collaborators by Share

  • United Kingdom (UK)
  1. 831.17
    1144.34
  2. Germany (932.07)
    468.17
    463.90
  3. China (793.94)
    310.26
    483.68
  4. France (514.46)
    285.42
    229.04
  5. Australia (377.70)
    201.87
    175.83
  6. Switzerland (366.84)
    187.17
    179.66
  7. Italy (348.83)
    195.85
    152.98
  8. Netherlands (325.60)
    188.57
    137.03
  9. Spain (307.22)
    180.66
    126.57
  10. Canada (285.80)
    158.24
    127.57

Collaboration is determined by the combined fractional count (Share) of United Kingdom (UK) and the collaborating country.

Top 10 institutions from United Kingdom (UK)

Institution Count Share
1. University of Oxford 1430 458.90
2. University of Cambridge 1412 451.48
3. Imperial College London (ICL) 946 241.81
4. UCL 897 209.17
5. The University of Edinburgh 650 144.73
6. The University of Manchester (UoM) 562 143.96
7. University of Bristol (UoB) 461 135.94
8. King's College London (KCL) 422 85.63
9. University of Leeds 297 84.56
10. University of Southampton (Soton) 341 78.04

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