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Distinguished Professor Satya Atluri

Satya Atluri
DEC 2010

Satya Atluri is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering at the University of California, Irvine. In this Podcast interview he discusses his article: “A Fictitious Time Integration Method for the Numerical Solution of the Fredholm Integral Equation and for Numerical Differentiation of Noisy Data, and Its Relation to the Filter Theory,” CMES-COMPUT MODEL ENG SCI 41:3, 243-61, MAR 2009. This paper was selected as a New Hot Paper in May 2010. View a sample of Satya Atluri's work.
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Herbert Hirt
DEC 2010

Herbert Hirt is Director of the URGV Plant Genomics Institute in Paris. His 2004 article, coauthored with Klaus Apel: "Reactive oxygen species: Metabolism, oxidative stress, and signal transduction,” ANNU REV PLANT BIOL 55: 373-99, was the Current Classics selection from the field of Plant & Animal Science for June 2010 .
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Koichiro Tamura
DEC 2010

Koichiro Tamura is a Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Tokyo Metropolitan University and lead author of the Current Classics selection from the field of Biology & Biochemistry for the month of June 2010: "MEGA4: Molecular evolutionary genetics analysis (MEGA) software version 4.0," Tamura, K, et. al, MOL BIOL EVOL 24(8), 1596-99, AUG 2007. Listen to a previous podcast discussing MEGA3 with coauthor Sudhir Kumar; MP3 | WMA.
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Kalyanmoy Deb: Current Classic Paper in Engineering Podcast

Kalyanmoy Deb
NOV 2010

Kalyanmoy Deb is the Deva Raj Chair Professor at the Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur and lead author of the June 2010 Current Classics selection from the field of Engineering: "A Fast Elitist Non-Dominated Sorting Genetic. Algorithm for Multi-Objective Optimization: NSGA-II," Deb, K, et. al, IEEE TRANS EVOL COMPUTAT 6: 2,182-97, APR 2002. See also.
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Andre Geim: 2010 Nobel Prize Winner in Physics

Andre Geim
NOV 2010

Andre Geim* is the 2010 Nobel Prize winner in physics. Geim is a Langworthy Research Professor and Director of the Centre for Mesoscience and Nanotechnology at the University of Manchester. Here he discusses his highly-cited paper: "Electric field effect in atomically thin carbon films," K.S. Novoselov, et al., Science 306(5296): 666-9, 2004. He is among the Hottest Research of 2009, and has been interviewed by ScienceWatch.com over the years in 2006, 2007, 2008. Several of his papers have been featured as Current Classics Paper selections, most recently in Oct. 2010 with coauthor *Konstantin Novoselov, who incidentally split the 2010 Nobel Prize with Geim.
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Current Classic Paper Authors Scott B. MacKenzie & Philip Podsakoff

Scott B. MacKenziePhilip Podsakoff
NOV 2010

From the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, Scott B. MacKenzie and Philip Podsakoff discuss their paper 2003 J APPL PSYCHOL article: "Common method biases in behavioral research: A critical review of the literature and recommended remedies." This paper was named as the Current Classic paper (Psy./Psy.) for June 2010.
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F. Stuart Chapin III on Arctic Summer Warming

F. Stuart Chapin III
Oct 2010

F. Stuart Chapin III is a Professor of Ecology in the Institute of Arctic Biology at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. He is senior author of the second most highly cited core paper shown on April’s Top Topics map titled “BOREAL FOREST FIRES AND CLIMATE CHANGE,” from the field of Environment/Ecology: “Role of land-surface changes in Arctic summer warming,” Chapin, FS, et al., SCIENCE 310(5748): 657-60, OCT 28, 2005.
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Emory University's Ray Dingledine

Ray Dingledine
Oct 2010

Ray Dingledine, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Pharmacology at Emory University is the lead author of the February 2010 Current Classics paper in the field of Pharmacology & Toxicology: “The glutamate receptor ion channels,” Dingledine, R, et al., PHARMACOL REV 51(1): 7-61, MAR 1999. Read previous interview with Ray Dingledine.
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Dr. Patrick S. Schnable Discusses His Work at Iowa State Univ.

Patrick S. Schnable
Oct 2010

Patrick S. Schnable is the Baker Professor of Agronomy, Director of the Center for Plant Genomics and the Center for Carbon Capturing Crops at Iowa State University. He is senior author of the most highly cited core paper shown on the April 2010 Top Topics map titled "APPLYING GENOME-WIDE SELECTION," from the field of Agricultural Sciences: “All possible modes of gene action are observed in a global comparison of gene expression in a maize F-1 hybrid and its inbred parents,” PROC NAT ACAD SCI USA, 103 (18): 6805-10, MAY 2, 2006.
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Citation Superstar Andrew Feinberg

Andrew Feinberg
SEP 2010

Andrew Feinberg from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA, discusses his 2007 NATURE paper, "Phenotypic plasticity and the epigenetics of human disease." This paper has been named as a Current Classic (Multidisciplinary) paper for April 2010.
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Oxford's Anke Hoeffler on Macroeconomics

Anke Hoeffler
SEP 2010

Anke Hoeffler is from the Centre for the Study of African Economies, Department of Economics, St. Antony's College, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. In this podcast she discusses her 2004 OXFORD ECON PAP-NEW SER paper, "Greed and grievance in civil war," which has been named a Current Classic (Economics & Buinsess) paper for February 2010.
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Evolutionary Biologist John P. Huelsenbeck

John P. Huelsenbeck
SEP 2010

John P. Huelsenbeck is a Professor at the Department of Integrative Biology at the Center for Theoretical Evolutionary Genomics, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA. His 2003 BIOINFORMATICS paper, "MrBayes 3: Bayesian phylogenetic inference under mixed models," has been named a Current Classic (Computer Science) paper for February 2010.
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Eiichiro Komatsu on Five-Year WMAP Results

Eiichiro KomatsuAug
2010

Eiichiro Komatsu, is Director of the Cosmology Center and Professor of Astronomy at the University of Texas at Austin and lead author of the Current Classic (Space Science) paper for April 2010: “Five-year Wilkinson microwave anisotropy probe observations: cosmological interpretation,” as published in the ASTROPHYS J SUPPL SER 180(2), 330-76 in February, 2009. Komatsu has included figures with his podcast. View figures
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Fabio Pulizzi: Senior Editor at Nature Materials

Fabio Pulizzi
Aug 2010

Dr. Fabio Pulizzi has been an academic researcher in the field of solid-state physics who is now a Senior Editor at Nature Materials. Here he discusses the Current Classic Materials Science paper for April 2010 by Andre Geim and Kostya Novoselov of the School of Physics and Astronomy at The University of Manchester: “The rise of graphene,” NAT MATER 6(3), 183-91, March, 2007.
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Paul Emsley on the Software Called "Coot"

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2010

Paul Emsley is the first CCP4 fellow in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Oxford and coauthor, along with Kevin Cowtan of the Department of Chemistry at the University of York, of the Chemistry Current Classic paper for February 2010: "Coot: model-building tools for molecular graphics," as published in the journal ACTA CRYSTALLOGR D-BIOL CRYST, Pt. 12, Sp. Iss. 1, Dec. 2004.
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Martin A. Nowak on the Evolution of Cooperation

Martin A. Nowak
Apr
2010

Martin A. Nowak is Professor of Biology and of Mathematics at Harvard University and Director of Harvard's Program for Evolutionary Dynamics. He is the author of a Current Classics paper in the field of Multidisciplinary for Feb. 2010: “Five rules for the evolution of cooperation,” Science 314(5805), 1560-63, DEC 8 2006. This paper was included in a Research Front Map from Top Topics for the same period.
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Nat. Univ. of Singapore's Dejian Huang

Dejian Huang
Feb
2010

Dejian Huang is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry and also Acting Director of the Science and Technology Program at the National University of Singapore. He is first author of a Current Classics paper in the field of Agricultural Sciences for Aug. 2009, Huang, DJ, et. al, "The chemistry behind antioxidant capacity assays," J AGR FOOD CHEM 53: 1841-56, MAR 23 2005.
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Rick Holley Discusses Plant Essential Oils

Rick Holley
Jan
2010

Rick Holley is a Professor of Food Science, Food Microbiology, and Food Safety in the Department of Food Science at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. His 2005 FOOD MICROBIOL paper, "Improvement in shelf-life and safety of perishable foods by plant essential oils and smoke antimicrobials," is among the highest-cited articles included in the Top Topics research front map titled Antioxidant Activity Of Plant Essential Oils from the field of Agr. & Sci.
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Terence G. Langdon on Magnesium Alloy Sheets

Terence G. Langdon
Jan
2010

Terence G. Langdon is the William E. Leonard Professor of Engineering at the Viterbi School of Engineering in the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, CA. His 2006 PROG MATER SCI paper, Langdon, TG, "Principles of equal-channel angular pressing as a processing tool for grain refinement," is the highest-cited paper included in the Top Topics research front map titled Magnesium Alloy Sheets from the field of Mat. Sci.
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