This is a list of the five Bulgarian scientific institutions with the largest number of publications in the Scopus database for the period 2017-2019. Together, these institutions represent 72.4% of all Bulgarian publications in the Scopus database. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - BAS Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” Technical University of Sofia Medical University Sofia University Hospital Alexandrovska #Scopus is the largest database of abstracts and citations of peer-reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings. Scopus provides a comprehensive overview of the results of global research in science, technology, medicine, social sciences and the arts and humanities, with intelligent tools for tracking, analysing and visualising research.
Twenty-five scientists from BAS are among the top two percent of top scientists in the world, according to a ranking by Stanford University. Bulgarian researchers are from different fields of science and occupy a leading position in the ranking of the American University in competition with millions of their colleagues from around the world. The ranking groups all researchers in 22 scientific fields and 176 sub-fields. It is compiled on the basis of a complex analysis which includes information on the number of citations, H-index, corrected in co-authorship Hm-index, citations of articles within different positions of authorship and others. Here is the list of scientists from BAS in the order of their appearance in the ranking as well as the place they occupy in the [...]
Young scientists from BAS with awards from the Federation of Scientific Technical Unions in Bulgaria
Young scientists from the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences were awarded at the Seventeenth National Youth Scientific and Practical Conference organised by the Federation of Scientific Technical Unions in Bulgaria. The official award ceremony took place on 17 December 2020. […]
The publication “On the official language of the Republic of North Macedonia” is already available in English. You can download it HERE. The book includes a scientifically substantiated text on the topic of the official language of the Republic of North Macedonia, written in a popular language and intended for a wide range of readers, which BAS has published in an illustrated edition. The authors are scientists of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and three universities: Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, “St. Cyril and St. Methodius” University of Veliko Tarnovo and South-West University “Neofit Rilski”- Blagoevgrad. […]
Three women scientists with a prize of 5 000 euros for projects to protect the Black Sea, cleaner air and the birth of stars
The talented Bulgarian women were awarded under the program “For Women in Science” by L’Oréal and UNESCO Dr. Iskra Koleva, Dr. Radoslava Bekova and Lyubov Georgieva are this year’s recipients of the national fellowship “For Women in Science” for Bulgaria. The prestigious award was given to them for their innovative scientific ideas at an official online ceremony today with the special participation of Mrs. Iliana Iotova, Vice President of the Republic of Bulgaria and Mrs. Yordanka Fandakova, Mayor of Sofia Municipality. This is another year in which the two ladies support with their presence the cause of L’Oréal and UNESCO for more women in science. […]
The President of BAS Prof. Julian Revalski, Full Member of the Academy, was elected Vice-President of EASAC for a term of office 2021-2023. The European Academies Science Advisory Council (EASAC) is formed by the national scientific academies of the EU Member States, Norway and Switzerland. Through EASAC, academies work together to provide independent, expert, evidence-based advice on the scientific aspects of European policies to those who make or influence policy within the European institutions. Prof. Revalski participated in a virtual meeting of EASAC on 26 and 27 November. The activities of the organisation during the last six months, the project proposal "Regenerative Agriculture", the new document of the organisation "Transformative Change" were discussed and a SAPEA project report was presented. The activities of the member [...]