Dr Geoff V. Merrett
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I Cross the 50-Publications Mark!

8th May 2013

The number of papers I have published has now crossed the '50' mark!

My first paper was published in 2004, as a result of my undergraduate dissertation project, supervised by Prof. Bashir Al-Hashimi. Since then, my publications have continued, and escalated in recent years - largely thanks to the excellent team of researchers that I have working on projects with me.

Next stop: 100!

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