Korea Basic Science Institute (KBSI), South Korea

Time frame: 1 October 2022 - 30 September 2023


Position by research output Share

Global South Korea
Overall 1167 37
Government 120 6

Position by research output Share in subject areas

Global South Korea
Biological sciences 902 23
Chemistry 1079 40
Earth & environmental sciences 1050 31
Health sciences 1598 47
Physical sciences 853 39


Overall research output

Count Share
Overall 57 6.73

Overall Count and Share for 'Korea Basic Science Institute (KBSI)' based on time frame mentioned above, both domestically and internationally.

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Research outputs by subject area

Subject Count Share
Biological sciences 19 1.88
Chemistry 21 2.27
Earth & environmental sciences 6 0.64
Health sciences 7 0.70
Physical sciences 24 3.29

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Share output for the past 5 years

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International vs domestic collaboration by Share

Type Percentage
International (139 institutions) 34.1%
Domestic (59 institutions) 65.9%

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Top 5 international collaborators with Korea Basic Science Institute (KBSI) by Share

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