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Atlas de la Ciencia Mexicana (ACM) is a project that is integrated to the CONACyT social network "Complejidad, Ciencia y Sociedad". The general aim of ACM is to build statistical databases on the scientific and technological activity developed in Mexico. This data is used to generate indicators on the evolution of each area of knlowledge and to make them available to a large audience.  View.

Foreword

The original mission of the project Atlas de la Ciencia Mexicana (ACM) was to provide a reliable source of statistical information on the Mexican scientific and technological community, its production and impact in mainstream journals.   View.

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Mexican Science in XX Century


We present the basic bibliometric indicators for Mexico's participation in the production of mainstream knowledge in the twentieth century, divided according to the three major areas of knowledge used by the ISI-Thompson index (Science Citation Index (SCI), social science Citation Index (SSCI) and Arts and Humanities Citation Index (AHCI), regrouped in the web of Sciences: (I) natural sciences (CEN), (ii) social science (CS) and (III) humanities (H). View.

 

Indicators by State

In this edition of ACM have included a new section on the science and technology indicators for each state of the Mexican Republic. It covers data on plant research and its impact on production and mainstream journals during the period 2000-2010. View.

 

 

 

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