16 November 2015
Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) Launched in Web of Science™

The Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) has been launched by Thomson Reuters as a new index in Web of Science™ alongside the established Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE) and Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI). Web of Science™ thereby continues to reflect the growing importance of Open Access scholarly literature as nearly half of the newly incorporated journals are Open Access journals.

We are pleased to announce that 32 journals published by MDPI were selected for inclusion in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). Articles published after 1 January 2015 now appear in ESCI and Web of Science™. This will bring higher visibility to the published research, while they will continue to be under evaluation for SCIE or SSCI.

The following MDPI journals are covered by ESCI:

Journal Title
Established About the Journal
Algorithms 2008 Link
Agriculture 2011 Link
Agronomy 2011 Link
Biomolecules 2011 Link
Brain Sciences 2011 Link
Diagnostics 2011 Link
Membranes 2011 Link
Metabolites 2011 Link
Antibiotics 2012 Link
Antibodies 2012 Link
Antioxidants 2012 Link
Arts 2012 Link
Computers 2012 Link
Electronics 2012 Link
Foods 2012 Link
Journal of Clinical Medicine 2012 Link
Pathogens 2012 Link
Plants 2012 Link
Atoms 2013 Link
Chemosensors 2013 Link
Climate 2013 Link
Computation 2013 Link
Economies 2013 Link
Fibers 2013 Link
International Journal of Financial Studies 2013 Link
Journal of Developmental Biology 2013 Link
Mathematics 2013 Link
Processes 2013 Link
Publications 2013 Link
Risks 2013 Link
Systems 2013 Link
Vaccines 2013 Link


The Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE), Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), and Web of Science™ (WoS) are Thomson Reuters products.

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