International Journal of Molecular Science (IJMS) Impact Factor Increases to 2.598
Thomson Reuters has released the 2011 Journal Citation Reports (JCR), showing an increase to the impact factor for IJMS.
The 2011 impact factor for IJMS is 2.598 (up from 2.279).
Professor Charles Brennan (Lincoln University, NZ), the Editor-in-Chief, proudly says "During the last four years the journal has consistently increased its impact factor due to the world-class quality of manuscripts from premier authors, and the recognition from researchers that the manuscripts published are at the cutting edge of bimolecular science. I wish to thank all our many authors for their incredible contribution to science. Our streamlined review process means that our average submission to publication time is 58 days ensuring that the journal is one of the quickest journals to rapidly disseminate state of the art research." To date, IJMS has published over 2000 articles with 2744 cites in 2011 and more than 1.6 million views since 2009 making IJMS one of the leading journals in the field of chemistry.