Top 100 of 2023 | Scientific Reports

This collection highlights the most downloaded* Scientific Reports research papers published in 2023.
Top 100 of 2023 | Scientific Reports
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The Scientific Reports team is pleased to announce the most read* articles from 2023. Featuring authors from around the world and from research fields across the scope of the journal, these papers highlight valuable research from an international community.

Take a look at the Journal’s overall top 100 to find out more about the neurobiological basis of internet addiction; how breathwork can alleviate stress and improve mental health; evidence of dinosaur-mammal antagonism during the Mesozoic; development of a low-cost smartphone fluorescence microscope; AI assistance tailored for subway operations, and much more. 

Congratulations to all authors who contributed to these highly valuable research papers!

*Data obtained from SN Insights, which is based on Digital Science's Dimensions.

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Sustainability
Research Communities > Community > Sustainability
Archaeology in Society
Humanities and Social Sciences > Archaeology > Archaeology in Society
Neuroscience
Life Sciences > Biological Sciences > Neuroscience
Internet Psychology
Humanities and Social Sciences > Behavioral Sciences and Psychology > Media Psychology > Internet Psychology
Microbiology
Life Sciences > Biological Sciences > Microbiology
Molecular Biology
Life Sciences > Biological Sciences > Molecular Biology

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