CABI Agriculture and Bioscience accepted for inclusion in Scopus abstract and citation database
03 April 2023, India: The CABI Agriculture and Bioscience (CABI A&B) journal has reached a new milestone since it was launched in 2020 by now being included in Elsevier’s abstract and citation database Scopus.
CABI A&B joins more than 35,000 peer-reviewed journals – of which over 5,000 are gold open access – which will see the journal reach an even wider readership and attract more quality submissions.
Scopus includes scientific journals, books, and conference proceedings. It provides a comprehensive overview of worldwide research output in the fields of science, technology, medicine, social sciences, and arts and humanities.
The journal publishes high-quality, rigorously peer-reviewed multi, inter and transdisciplinary research focused on agriculture, food security, and the environment.
It is committed to encouraging an inclusive culture of scientific discussion and rapid information sharing among researchers worldwide.
CABI A&B publishes both large and incremental advances in science in both primary and multidisciplinary fields across the biosciences, agriculture, agronomy, microbiology, social sciences, and the environment.
Prof Niklaus Grünwald, the journal’s Editor-in-Chief, said, “I am proud to see that CABI Agriculture and Bioscience will be listed in the Scopus database. Listing of CABI A&B in Scopus will provide our journal with more visibility and increase the impact of our publications. We are working continuously to further the impact of CABI A&B and listing in Scopus is one step along this important path.”
The journal recently announced two new collections: Gender and Agriculture and International Year of Millets.
The former is being guest edited by CABI’s Gender Coordinators Sajila Khan and Bethel Terefe with Frances Williams, Director of Social Sciences.
The latter, meanwhile, is being guest edited by C. Tara Satyavathi, of the ICAR-Indian Institute of Millets Research, and Renu Pandley, from the ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute.
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