Journal of Systematics and Evolution
© Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Edited By: Song Ge and Jun Wen
Impact Factor: 1.851
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 70/197 (Plant Sciences)
Online ISSN: 1759-6831
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China invests 91 million RMB to increase the international impact of its scientific journals
The Chinese Association for Science and Technology announced on November 20th 2013 that 76 Chinese scientific journals published in English have won a total of 91 million RMB after being selected in the Chinese scientific journal international impact enhancement program. This amount of financial support is the biggest for scientific journals based in China till now. The program is sponsored by 6 Chinese government departments including the Chinese Association for Science and Technology, Ministry of Finance of China, Ministry of Education of China, General Administration of Press and Publication of China, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the Chinese Academy of Engineering. Two Chinese Life Science journals, Integrative Zoology and Journal of Systematics and Evolution, co-published with Wiley, will receive the financial support of 1 million RMB and 0.5 million RMB per year respectively for a total of three years.