The data on publications relies on the analysis of the data in the database at the Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS), Leiden University, the Netherlands, data that is based on that in the Web of Science.
The CWTS database is organised and structured such that it allows (dynamic) field delineation and the collection of relevant publications. Hence it was possible to identify nanoscience and nanotechnology (NST) publications and, within those, to identify publications relevant to the sectors. More specifically, publications were sought within the NST group using the keywords. In addition, using the tools available at CWTS, related publications could be identified and included in the output.
Data available from the resource at CWTS included the journals in which the publications are found, the date of publication and the doi (digital object identifier). For licensing reasons, some of the data in the database at Leiden can be accessed by external parties only in aggregate form. For example, personal details of individual researchers cannot be accessed (e.g. address, email, phone number).
The ISO 2-digit codes for countries is used.
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The data has been prepared for the European Commission (DG Research & Innovation) in a procurement study between 2021-2022. The information reflects the views only of the authors RPA Europe.
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