Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), South Korea

Time frame: 1 October 2022 - 30 September 2023


Position by research output Share

Global South Korea
Overall 342 10
Government 36 2

Position by research output Share in subject areas

Global South Korea
Biological sciences 518 9
Chemistry 262 9
Earth & environmental sciences 399 6
Health sciences 923 27
Physical sciences 162 9


Overall research output

Count Share
Overall 192 52.20

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

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Research outputs by subject area

Subject Count Share
Biological sciences 32 5.40
Chemistry 85 23.53
Earth & environmental sciences 8 3.80
Health sciences 10 2.06
Physical sciences 126 33.87

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Share output for the past 5 years

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International vs domestic collaboration by Share

Type Percentage
International (491 institutions) 19.2%
Domestic (110 institutions) 80.8%

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