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Citation Kings: Hottest Scientific Papers of 2008

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Citation Kings: Hottest Scientific Papers of 2008

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Citation Kings: Hottest Scientific Papers of 2008

Citation Kings: Hottest Scientific Papers of 2008

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What do graphene and autophagy have in common? They were two of the hottest topics in scientific literature this year. David Pendlebury, citation analyst with Thomson-Reuters, looks at the most-cited scientific papers of 2008, and explains why the research was so noteworthy.