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Azotosome one of Science Advances most read papers this year

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

In February 2015, a Science Advances paper, by the Cornell team of Stevenson, Lunine and Clancy,  described the stability and flexibility of a novel liposome analog that consists of short organic nitrogen-containing chains that could be formed in Titan's methane-rich seas. 

In the intervening 9 months this paper has become one of the top 10 most read papers in the journal's inaugural year. It also ranks as #9 in altmetrics, covering views, reads, discussions, saves, citations and recommendations.

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