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Date:3/14/2012

from the program we found that the top twenty obesity experts had all contributed significantly to the advancement of science in the literature and in the news, many having won awards for their work."

Dr Jonnalagadda continued, "We were also able to identify a group of people who, although they were not publishing scientists, were still experts, most likely involved in public education or in science reporting."

So although the system was designed with the aim of finding scientific experts it was also able to find celebrities, and people with a high media profile, who support a particular cause. This information would be invaluable to scientists, students and people wanting to get straight to the heart of a subject.


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