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Aaron Wheeler receives 2014 McLean Award for Outstanding Basic Research

Aaron Wheeler receives 2014 McLean Award for Outstanding Basic Research

Aaron Wheeler is the recipient of the 2014 McLean Award, given to support outstanding basic research at the University of Toronto in the following fields: physics, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, engineering sciences, and the theory and methods of statistics. Visit uoft.me/mclean-award for more details.

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Scott Mabury, Doug Stephan & Derek Muir make Reuters’ Highly Cited Researchers List for 2014

Scott Mabury, Doug Stephan & Derek Muir make Reuters’ Highly Cited Researchers List for 2014

In a recent article by the Globe and Mail, a list of Highly Cited Researchers for 2014 has highlighted the top scientific researchers in the world, as revealed in an analysis by Thomson Reuters. This list includes Doug Stephan who was listed for Chemistry and Scott Mabury who was listed for Environment/Ecology, while Derek Muir, an Adjunct Professor in the Department, was also listed for the Environment/Ecology category. On this international list of over 3000 science researchers, only 16 were from U of T, with inclusion on the list signifying that these are the top 1% of the most highly cited science researchers in their given field. Congratulations to Scott, Doug and Derek for achieving such a significant ranking for their research publications. For further information visit uoft.me/highly-cited.

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