Since 2002, the Intellectual Property & Science business of Thomson Reuters has brought a new dimension to identifying researchers who might be in line for science’s highest award. Each year, the company announces a new batch of Citation Laureates—researchers whose work has achieved quantifiable esteem and impact in the scientific community, at a level far beyond the norm. This attainment, demonstrated in the elevated quantity of highly cited papers written by these select researchers, signals that they are “of Nobel class” and likely to earn the Nobel someday.
Paul Corkum is a 2015 Thomson Reuters Citation laureate
Posted on Thursday, September 24, 2015