Prof. Dr. Charles Brennan Charles.Brennan@lincoln.ac.nz:
The increase in the impact factor for IJMS illustrates the importance of the Journal amongst the science community. Such a significant increase means that IJMS is regarded as one of the most important vehicles for communicating scientific advancements and credit is due to the tremendous effort of the editorial team, reviewers and above all to the authors for providing such insightful research papers. I am proud to be associated with such a premium international journal in molecular sciences.
Prof. Dr. Ian Nicholls firstname.lastname@example.org
I was delighted to see the increase, and my strong feeling is that it shall continue to do so given the combination of an excellent management a production staff and engaged editors. I look forward to us breaking the "3-barrier" next year.
Prof. Dr. Stephen Bustin email@example.com
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We are pleased to report the 2014 Impact Factor for the International Journal of Molecular Sciences (IJMS). According to the 2015 release of the Journal Citation Reports® Science Edition (published by Thomson Reuters in June 2015), the updated Impact Factor for IJMS is 2.862. It has risen from 2.339 in the previous year (+22%), as illustrated in the figure below. The 5-Year Impact Factor is 2.983. IJMS now ranks 134/289 (Q2) in the category ‘Biochemistry & Molecular Biology’ and 45/155 (Q2) in in the category ‘Chemistry, Multidisciplinary’.
Evolution of the IJMS Impact Factor:
Evolution of citations to IJMS: