2021 tables: Institutions - chemistry
The 2021 tables are based on Nature Index data from 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020.
|#||Institution||Share 2019||Share 2020||Count 2020||Change in Adjusted Share 2019-2020*|
|1||Tallinn University of Technology (TUT), Estonia||4.88||2.16||4||-55.9%|
|2||University of Tartu (UT), Estonia||2.50||1.73||5||-31.1%|
|3||National Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics (NICPB), Estonia||0.81||0.22||2||-72.6%|
|4||HansaBioMed Life Sciences Ltd., Estonia||–||0.13||1||N/A|
|5||Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia||–||0.04||1||N/A|
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