Three researchers from the Faculty of Biology among the 2% of the world’s most influential scientists
Prof. dr hab. Danuta Maria Antosiewicz, prof. dr hab. Jerzy Dzik and prof. dr hab. Z. Maciej Gliwicz were included in the group of the most influential scientists in the world in the context of all scientific achievements. Congratulations!
The list of 2% of the most influential scientists worldwide, representing all fields of science, was published for the third time. The database was created based on citations (and related indicators) of the achievements available in the Scopus database and contains a list based on two categories: the entire scientific output and only one year.
Three researchers from the Faculty of Biology are included in this prestigious ranking. It is prof. dr hab. Jerzy Dzik – palaeontologist and evolutionist from the Institute of Evolutionary Biology and prof. dr hab. Z. Maciej Gliwicz – hydrobiologist and evolutionist, associated with the Department of Hydrobiology, Institute of Functional Biology and Ecology. Both are actual members of the Polish Academy of Sciences and appeared on the list last year. Furthermore, for the first time, prof. dr hab. Danuta Maria Antosiewicz, head of the Department of Molecular Basics of Metal Homeostasis in Plants at the Institute of Experimental Biology and Plant Biotechnology, Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw, has been included in the ranking.
A complete list of the world’s most influential scientists is available on the Elsevier website.