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IMB-CNM in figures

The annual review includes the total number of publications, citations, collaborations around the world, collaboration networks with state institutions, funding sources and a breakdown of current staff, where we try to locate and reflect on the gender gap. The transparency of these data seeks to achieve a better knowledge of the operation of our research center and achieve scientific excellence.

number of papers published since 1996
number of citations since 1996
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Publications and citations through the years

Top Q1 journals in 2022

Open Access publications through the years


International Collaboration

National Collaboration

Summary of Projects 2018-2022

International Projects started each year

National Projects started each year

Catalan Projects started each year

Project Figures

number of European projects started since 2018
number of national projects started since 2018
number of Catalan projects started since 2018


Origin of the funding sources


Staff distribution

Defended thesis through the years

Where were you?

This is a map showing the countries in which our current postdoctoral researchers developed stays before coming to IMB-CNM.

World map of countries and institutions in which our postdocs have worked

Staff figures

staff at 31/12/2022
percentage of women at IMB-CNM
percentage of female researchers at IMB-CNM

Communication & Outreach Activities


  • Number of Press Releases: 11
  • Number of media appearances: +200
  • What did we talk about the most?
    • Awards: 1
    • Institutional: 18
    • Outreach: 18
    • Papers: 5
    • Projects: 12


  • Guided visits at IMB-CNM: 14
    • Total public: 375
  • Workshops, conferences and outreach events coorganized or participated by IMB-CNM: 21
    • Total public: 600
  • IMB-CNM Talks organized during the year: 23
    • Total public: 1.000
  • A CSIC research introduces chips into living cells as "mechanical" drugs
  • The technology sanctuary where chips are forged to explore space or probe cells