Abstracting and Indexing

We are pleased to share exciting news about the future direction of the Journal of Science. With a commitment to increasing the reach and impact of our published research, we are currently in the process of applying for inclusion in two of the world's most prestigious citation databases: SCOPUS and the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI). These indices are renowned for their rigorous selection criteria and their role in elevating the visibility of scholarly articles. Inclusion in SCOPUS and ISI will mark a significant milestone in the Journal of Science's history, reflecting the quality of our publications and expanding our audience.

As part of our journey towards achieving this goal, we have already implemented a robust digital infrastructure to support the dissemination and citation of the research we publish.

Every article appearing in the Journal of Science is now assigned a unique Digital Object Identifier (DOI), ensuring a permanent online presence and simplifying the citation process. This also aids in the safeguarding of citation accuracy and the tracking of digital usage metrics.

Additionally, the Journal of Science is listed with a print International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) - 1319-1012, an identifier that is instrumental for our journal’s registration with indexing databases. The ISSN guarantees that the Journal of Science is recognized as a serial publication on an international scale, facilitating its inclusion in global libraries and databases.

We are proactively engaging with the criteria set forth by both SCOPUS and ISI to ensure that our journal meets the highest standards of academic excellence. Our editorial policies, peer-review processes, and ethical guidelines are continually being evaluated and refined to align with the expectations of these indexing bodies.

We understand the importance of these indices to our authors and readers for the increased credibility and exposure they offer. Our team is dedicated to enhancing the quality, reach, and impact of the work we publish, and we eagerly anticipate the successful inclusion of the Journal of Science in SCOPUS and ISI.

For updates on our progress and more information about the Journal of Science’s indexing initiatives, please visit our website or contact our editorial office.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all our contributors and readers for your ongoing support and we look forward to achieving these milestones together.

Journal of Science Editorial Team