Improvements for Browsing Journal Content Implemented, October 10, 2014 08:19

We have implemented several minor changes to support users browsing and discovering content on Readers will notice new buttons on the right and left side of each article and issue page. These buttons facilitate navigation through an issue or volume. Related articles from our journals and other publishers are displayed on the abstract page of our Web of Science and PubMed covered journals. Further, keywords on article pages are now linked for a convenient search across all MDPI journals.

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Unofficial Impact Factor for Catalysts, August 28, 2014 05:36


Catalysts (ISSN 2073-4344) was recently added to the Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE). All papers published in Catalysts since volume 1(1) are now covered by the SCIE. Hence, an unofficial Impact Factor can be calculated based on the SCIE data. The unofficial Impact Factor for Catalysts for 2013 is 1.756. Catalysts published 41 articles (excl. editorial material) in 2011-2012 that were cited 72 times by other SCIE-journals in 2013. The first official Impact Factor for Catalysts will be published in June 2015, and calculated with citations from 2014 to articles published in 2012-2013.

Please note our previous announcement including details regarding the coverage of Catalysts by the SCIE.


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Catalysts (ISSN 2073-4344) Accepted for Coverage in SciVerse Scopus, June 12, 2014 13:12

We are pleased to announce that the journal Catalysts (ISSN 2073-4344) was recently selected to be included in SciVerse Scopus. Citations are expected to be available in Scopus within three to four months.

SciVerse Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature and is published by Elsevier B.V. This means that the research you publish with Catalysts will be more visible than ever. Catalysts is an open access journal which provides an advanced forum for publishing novel research results related to catalysts and catalyzed reactions.

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