New Scientist

(The TQCC of New Scientist is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
What is a metaverse112
Omicron emerges51
Children with long covid27
Threats from new variants21
Delta to dominate world19
Welcome to the metaverse14
Subvariant ‘soup’ may drive wave14
Sputnik V vaccine goes global12
Tongan volcano erupts11
The first global energy crisis9
Are booster shots coming?8
Facebook is now Meta – but why, and what even is the metaverse?6
Illuminating consciousness6
The biggest logistics challenge in history6
The hidden costs of AI6
New variant gains ground6
The science of can and can't6
India at breaking point6
Covid-19 vaccines for kids6
UK makes moves to build a nuclear fusion power plant6
The nature fix6
El Salvador revamps bitcoin system5
Vaccine nationalism5
The world's first bitcoin republic5
Net zero's dirty secret5
Should schools ban AI chatbots?5
Air pollution may be behind millions of deaths in China4
How to stop vaccine hesitancy4
Will bitcoin help or hinder Ukraine?4
India's pledge on net zero4
Children's immunity at risk4
Protect the pollinators4
Global vaccine inequality4
AI outguns a human fighter pilot4
The climate fight after coronavirus4
Sights set on universal vaccine4
Two years of the coronavirus4
The wisdom of the woods4
Cold brew3
Covid-19's AI revolution3
Should we be worried by wild animals with covid-19?3
A new quantum leader?3
ChatGPT can find and fix the bugs in computer code3
Long covid risk with omicron may be half that of delta3
The coronavirus could end up mild like a common cold3
Most major carbon capture and storage projects haven't met targets3
Humanitarian crisis in Ukraine3
The omicron wave3
What covid-19 does to the brain3
Will the IPCC report matter?3
Who wants to be an animated gif millionaire?3
Honeywell claims quantum record3
How covid-19 affects the brain3
First helicopter flight on another planet takes off3
Bias in the machines3
3D-printed steel bridge takes the load in Amsterdam3
Stopping coronavirus variants3
How quickly can you catch covid-19 again?3
Stark inequality in covid-19 deaths3
How climate change hits nature3
The world is warming, and we know why. We also know how to stop it. To stave off the worst effects, we must wean ourselves off greenhouse gas-producing fossil fuels – and fast, hitting “net zero” carb3
What are the new coronavirus variants?3
Life in the anthropause2
El Salvador's adoption of bitcoin hits further problems2
The future of medicine unlocked2
Dream power2
Amazon deforestation has slowed down since Lula took over in Brazil2
How do we solve the problem of ransomware?2
Eight billion strong2
The enduring grip of covid-192
Pre-existing immunity to covid-19 hints at universal coronavirus vaccine2
Fusion of minds2
Brewing milk2
Vaccines vs variants2
Why is the Wegovy weight-loss treatment so hard to get hold of?2
Virtually famous2
“With AI, you might unlock some of the secrets about how life works”2
US Army laser weapon to be most powerful ever2
Covid-19 vaccines and periods2
Waste want not… not?2
Heading for a fall?2
Testing confusion2
Can we trust AI search engines?2
How has covid-19 impacted STEM?2
The heat is on out west2
Why we went for full elimination2
The Power of self-reflection2
Welcome to the fuzzy-verse2
Monkeypox: Key questions answered2
The blue acceleration2
Green shipping hoves into view2
Why is Twitter becoming X?2
The risks from covid-19 reinfection2
What is the future of artificial intelligence?2
The pandemic's new centre2
Researchers on strike2
Did covid-19 come from a lab?2
Why some people cannot wear a face covering2
Herd immunity to covid-19 may not be attainable in the UK A high vaccination rate will save many lives, but it probably won't be enough to stop covid-19 becoming a seasonal disease, finds Helen Thomso2
How many have caught coronavirus?2
Where does quantum weirdness end?2
Plant that turns CO2 into methanol fuel is largest on Earth2
Getting to grips with long covid2
Web3 is a fantasy, but it can still hurt you2
Climate change? Yes, we can.2
No sign of a machine mind yet2
US Air Force has started using AI to choose targets to strike2
China's surprising ambition2
Legal levels of lead in US tap water can still cause harm2
Parliaments of the future2
Wild bison roam in the UK for the first time2
Irrational restrictions2
Is covid-19 causing diabetes?2
Hope or Hype?2
Why planes fly2
Climate change hits hard2
Worst drought in 500 years?2
How exciting is the Pfizer vaccine?2
The plastic pandemic2
‘Collective behaviour is what gives animals their “sixth sense”’2
Fighting food waste2
AI copyright2
Monkeypox on the rise2
Machine churning2
Anti-feminism is route to alt-right2
One million global deaths2
Flying to the edge of space2
Termite bacteria could chomp wood waste into biofuel1
Messages from the Stone Age1
Microdosing may be all in the mind1
Mind the meadows1
Human proteins delivering mRNA could treat diseases1
New York battles polio1
Mas rover may be near ancient ocean1
Data privacy in a war zone1
Your first line of defence1
Rewilding the sky1
A star is born1
Getting less deadly?1
Who is space for?1
Super sunscreen1
Fire and ice1
Is it time to ban gas stoves?1
Inside the race for a vaccine1
The Large Hadron Collider1
Printed chain mail is flexible but strong1
Long-haul fight1
Covid-19 pandemic linked to antibiotic resistance in pneumonia bacterium1
More people are going to space, but who will get to fly?1
What difference will it make?1
Plan to save Greenland glacier1
Mind-altering perspectives1
Racism in close up1
New Apple Watch monitors blood oxygen – is that useful?1
Global internet via satellite takes shape1
Will the Central African Republic's bitcoin experiment flop?1
England ends covid-19 rules1
Drones killing without oversight?1
The uprising you never expected1
ChatGPT tells robots what to do1
Europe's AI regulations could lead the way for the world1
How to save ourselves1
First known covid case was Wuhan market trader after all1
Climate change: A status report1
Rethinking depression1
On strike against AI1
“Make or break” is hardly hyperbole for the climate negotiations due to reach their climax in November in Glasgow, UK. At the COP26 meeting, nations will have a last chance to really rev up the stutte1
Fabric actively helps to keep wearer cool1
Ageing upturned1
ChatGPT's knowledge of copyrighted novels highlights legal uncertainty of AI1
A pandemic like no other1
Pandemic risks a rise in severe grief1
Give solar the green light1
Improving even tiny green spaces boosts urban wildlife1
A genetic gambit1
Borrowing bee brains1
Covid-19 may raise premature birth risk1
Ivermectin buyers clubs1
China's coronavirus vaccines1
The climate financier1
US vaccine benefits1
Nearby exoplanet may be ideal for life1
Deepest land microbes ever found1
Greta Thunberg's year off1
The real threat from AI1
AI tool could be used to make tests to spot new drugs fast1
Pandemic warnings1
Hope of saving rhino from extinction remains alive1
Gut reactions1
Severe Indian heatwave1
Is Amazon going to dominate space?1
A purple patch for GM food1
No climate for coal1
Huge increase in saiga antelope population1
To boldly go and go Star Trek1
Smart system can dramatically cut wait to charge electric car1
Our restless minds1
What we know so far1
Covid-19 vaccines reduce the likelihood of infecting others1
The rush to develop a vaccine1
Colour-changing wrap tells you when food has spoiled1
The hydrogen games1
Antibiotic resistance killed more than AIDS in 20191
Price tag rises for UK's planned nuclear waste facility1
Can blood type alter covid-19 risk?1
Quantum clouds in orbit1
Covid-19 in the Central African Republic1
Why have we seen so many heatwaves in 2022?1
Saving forests could help prevent future pandemics1
Good COP, bad COP1
Cosmic rays used for Arctic GPS1
A quantum of consciousness1
Monkeypox threat could worsen1
The power of paradoxes1
Exxon predicted climate change1
A transport revolution1
The race to capture carbon1
The dawn of the quantum internet1
Proposed anti-trolling law could be used to silence critics of the Australian government1
Walking robots have the potential to be far more efficient1
Vaccine trial begins in US1
Guarding the guardians1
CRISPR babies may still go ahead1
Making sense of it all1
Halt the mineral rush1
Time to green your home1
UK ship hit by GPS spoof1
Monkeypox claims lives1
Could co-infection cause coronavirus to evolve?1
Quantum computers can now fix their own mistakes1
Mind-altering moves1
What is causing the global shortage of computer chips?1
Back from the brink1
Quantum perspective1
An end to deforestation?1
2020 was the joint hottest year on record1
SpaceX's explosive start1
Omicron still on the rise1
India is catching up with the US1
Scotland could eliminate the coronavirus – if it weren't for England1
Monsters of the seas1
Breadfruit could be food of the future as climate warms1
Zero carbon, high costs1
Actors' strike ends – but AI battle may not be over1
‘Green’ bitcoin alternative leads to hard disc shortages1
UK gave cash back to fracking firms after shale gas ban1
Row over fingerprint scanners1
European Union powers ahead with charger plan1