Co-authorship with Brazilian institutions by subject area (2013-15)

As illustrated in the figure above, during the three-year period 2013-2015, Physics and Astronomy alone counted for 55 % of all co-authorship with partners in Brazil. However, when we look beyond group authorship (articles with more than 100 co-authors), the growing number of co-authored publications also bears witness to increased research collaboration within a range of other fields: Molecular life sciences, biodiversity and biology, geosciences, fluid mechanics, public health and dentistry, informatics, nuclear and solar physics and space science, social sciences and humanities (Portuguese language and culture).

Performance indicators


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