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Department of Biochemistry

Professor Paul Dupree and Professor Steve Jackson.

We are pleased to announce that Paul Dupree and Steve Jackson have been named as 2021 Highly Cited Researchers, with their research among the top 1% most cited works in their respective fields worldwide.


On being recognised as one the world's most influential researchers, Professor Paul Dupree commented, "I am very proud once again in 2021 to be named a Highly Cited Researcher. This reflects the outstanding work of our group members over many years, and notably papers from three recent PhD students have made a big impact (Lopez-Hernandez et al., 2020; Terrett et al., 2019; Grantham et al., 2017). We aim to produce reproducible, exciting findings addressing the big questions in science that directly impact society, such as sustainable energy and material resources, and improvement of our diet."

"It is a great honour to be on the list of 2021 Highly Cited Researchers," said Professor Steve Jackson. "This presumably reflects my laboratory's recent and past research publications having been well received by our peers in the research community."


A selection of papers from the Dupree Group


A selection of papers from the Jackson Group


For more information on the Clarivate Highly Cited Researchers list and how it is calculated, please visit their website or watch their useful summary video from 2017 below.


Professor Paul Dupree and Professor Steve Jackson.

Credit: Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge.


Rhys Grant

Publication date

25 November 2021