Steve Long was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society in 2013.  He is a Fellow of both the American Academy for the Advancement of Sciences (AAAS) and the American Society for Plant Biology (ASPB).

Steve has published over 250 peer-reviewed journal articles, including original research published in Nature and Science. He was listed by Thomson Reuters’s as one of the “Most Influential Scientific Minds in 2014” and one of the 180 “Most Highly Cited” authors in Animal and Plant Biology in 2014 and 2015, and one of the 20 most cited on Global Climate Change. He was recognized with the 2012 Marsh Award for Climate Change Research from the British Ecological Society, the 2012 Kettering Award from the American Society of Plant Biologists, and the 2013 Innovation Award of the International Society for Photosynthesis Research. He was the 2013 Riley Memorial Lecturer of the World Food Prize and AAAS.

Latest Publications

Rooting for cassava

  • by Rachel Shekar
  • Sep 06, 2016
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De Souza AP, Massenburg LN, Jaiswal D, Chen S, Shekar R, Long SP (accepted) Rooting ... Read More

Factors underlying genotypic differences in soybean photosynthesis

  • by Rachel Shekar
  • Jul 20, 2016
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Soleh, M. A., Tanaka, Y., Nomoto, Y., Iwahashi, Y., Nakashima, K., Fukuda, Y., ... Read More

One crop breeding cycle from starvation?

  • by Rachel Shekar
  • Mar 30, 2016
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Kromdijk J, Long SP. One crop breeding cycle from starvation? How engineering crop ... Read More

Techno-economic analysis of biodiesel and ethanol co-production

  • by Rachel Shekar
  • Mar 30, 2016
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Huang, H., Long, SJ, Singh, V. Techno‐economic analysis of biodiesel and ethanol ... Read More

High productivity of Arundo donax

  • by Rachel Shekar
  • Mar 08, 2016
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Webster RJ, Driever SM, Kromdijk J, et al. High C3 photosynthetic capacity and high ... Read More

Impacts of bioenergy landscape on land and fossil fuel use

  • by Rachel Shekar
  • Feb 08, 2016
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Hudiburg TW, Wang W, Khanna M et al. (2016) Impacts of a 32-billion-gallon ... Read More
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