Category Archives: bioenergy journals

Does an interdisciplinary focus distort a journal’s IF?

An interesting read about the trajectory of the impact factor (IF) of PLoS ONE: There has been a lot of criticism towards the over-reliance on IF as a quantitative metric for researcher evaluation purposes.  This article touches on a … Continue reading

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Food and Energy Security

Another one for the list of bioenergy journals: First issue came out only 4 months ago.  Methinks it’s going to be a good one… here’s a excerpt from the chief editor’s op-ed in the first issue: I am delighted … Continue reading

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Another journal added to the list: EPSE

… which is short for Environmental Progress and Sustainable Energy, a publication of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). Each issue is arranged around three topics: 1) environmental remediation, 2) sustainability science, and 3) renewable energy advances. It looks … Continue reading

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What bioenergy journals do you read?

Bioenergy is an extremely diverse and multidisciplinary field, and currently seems to be enjoying exponential growth.  I’m constantly surprised to find new journals that I’ve never heard of before that are publishing high-quality studies relevant to my own work. For … Continue reading

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