The Open Journal of Bioresources was granted the DOAJ Seal. According to DOAJ,
"The DOAJ Seal is awarded to journals that demonstrate best practice in open access publishing. Around 10% of journals indexed in DOAJ have been awarded the Seal."
Posted on 30 Jun 2021
The Open Journal of Bioresources received its inaugaural Citescore of 1.1 from Scopus. The journal is at the 31% (32/46) percentile of Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology journals.
Citescore is only one of many metrics that can be used to assess the impact of a journal. Citescores for 2020 count citations received in 2017-2020 to articles published in 2017-2020, and divides this by the number of publications published during that period.
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Posted on 30 Jun 2021
The Open Journal of Bioresources (OJB) is accepting submissions for publication in 2021.
OJB features peer-reviewed short papers helping researchers to locate and cite bioresources with high reuse potential. Making bioresources more openly discoverable has enormous benefits not only for the research community and the wider public, but for the producers of the bioresources as well. Both the resources and the OJB papers are citable and citations are tracked to provide authors with metrics on reuse and impact.
OJB's 2020 Scopus CiteScore is 1.1. The journal is at the 31% (32/46) percentile of Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology journals.
OJB is indexed by the following services: Scopus, Chronos, Center for Open Science, OpenAIRE, ExLibris, Journal TOCs, CNKI, sparrho, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), CrossRef, JISC KB+, SHERPA RoMEO, EBSCOHost, Cengage Learning and Google Scholar. In addition, all journals are available for harvesting via OAI-PMH.
OJB publishes as soon as articles are ready. There is no delay in research being released.
Thank you to reviewers
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the peer reviewers who gave their time and expertise during 2020 to help ensure that the Open Journal of Bioresources continues to publish rigorously tested research. As always, we are extremely appreciative of the efforts put in to ensure that high academic quality is maintained.
Editor in Chief
Posted on 29 Jun 2021
With an aim to making Open Journal of Bioresources financially sustainable, we have raised our Article Processing Charges (APCs) to reflect the costs of publishing the important articles you’ll find here. To establish trust with authors, institutions and funders, we provide a transparent breakdown of how the APC is calculated:
Ubiquity Press provides a lower-cost alternative for authors, funders and universities, and means that library and research budgets can go further. Our fees are fully transparent, and you can trust us that every penny goes towards providing a high quality, sustainable publishing service, and not towards sky-high publisher profits.
Posted on 31 Aug 2018