Published articles support science-based policymaking

Every year since its inception in 2010, CRN-I’s symposia proceedings have been published. The reports from 2012–2019 published in the European Journal of Nutrition were downloaded more than 23,000 times with 56 citations in scientific papers, and an Allmetric score of 23*. CRN-I has also published additional articles outside of its symposium proceeedings, in a range of scientific, peer-reviewed journals.


Download CRN-I’s 10-year report for a list of publications.


*Altmetrics are metrics and qualitative data that are complementary to traditional, citation-based metrics. They can include (but are not limited to) peer reviews, citations on Wikipedia and in public policy documents, discussions on research blogs, mainstream media coverage, bookmarks, and mentions on social networks. Altmetrics can tell you a lot about how often journal articles are discussed and used around the world. In general, if an article scores 20 or more then it’s doing far better than most of its contemporaries.