This map displays the high level view of the map of risks: nodes represent large topics labelled by some of their most representative terms. Node size is a function of the number of publications for that thematic, node color is the indication of the growth rate of this size (red nodes like *'nanotechnology & nanomaterials'* are the faster growing fields.)

You can browse a more detailed semantic map (terms level) by loading one of the following maps from the top menu (they can take several seconds for loading, be patient):

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**Size and topics map:**size of node is a function of the number of publications on the terms, node color is related to its categorization into large topic. - -
**Growth and topics:**size of node is a function of the growth of the number of publications mentionning the term over these last two years, node color is related to its categorization into large topic. - -
**Size and growth:**size of node is a function of the number of publications on the terms, color of node is related to the growth rate of that numnber (red node have the highest growth rate).

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