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332 journals from new publisher Sciendo – a 2018 relaunch of De Gruyter Open – have been successfully accepted by top indexing services Clarivate, Scopus, and PubMed.

Clarivate Analytics, Elsevier’s citation database Scopus and eminent medical indexers PubMed have accepted 332 journals published by Sciendo, highlighting the impact the relaunch has had in one year of being rebranded.

The journal selection process is rigorous, and only the best publications are accepted for coverage in such prestigious indexing services.

CEO of Sciendo, Jacek Ciesielski said: “We’ve had a successful year with the recognition our journals have received. Sciendo is a unique new publisher that offers full abstracting and indexing service support, taking great care of the journals it publishes.”

“Journals wanting to be accepted by Scopus must undergo a lengthy and detailed review by experts from the Scopus Content Selection and Advisory Board, which consists of scientists, researchers and librarians from all over the world. We are therefore delighted with all the inclusions of our titles to these highly respected services.”

New Indexations

Recent Sciendo additions accepted and indexed Clarivate Analytics include – Acta Technologica Agriculturae, The EuroBiotech Journal, Journal of Management and Business Administration and the Journal of Data and Information Science – in its Web of Science Core Collection.

Scopus, one of the largest abstract and citation databases of peer-reviewed literature with nearly 70 million records, recently accepted the Sciendo titles Bulletin of Geography, Chemistry-Didactics-Ecology-Metrology, Discussiones Mathematicae – General Algebra and Applications, GeoScape, International and Comparative Law Review and Pneumologia.

The Sciendo-published Journal of Helminthologia was also indexed by leading medical indexing service PubMed Central.

DeGruyter Links

Launched in 2018 as a rebrand of De Gruyter Open, Sciendo provides modern publishing services based on tried and tested methods formed across centuries of work by its parent company, leading global publisher De Gruyter. Although a subsidiary, Sciendo has a separate production, marketing and distribution teams.

Offering full publishing services, including abstracting and indexing service support, Sciendo provides specialised custom publishing services and solutions for third parties, including academic and research institutions, societies, university presses, conference organisers and individual authors.

In addition to services for journals and books – including Open Access – Sciendo provides other allied services, like self-publishing for individual authors, or complete service packages for conference organisers.

The company is owned by De Gruyter, an academic publishing house, based in Berlin, Germany, with a history of 270 years and a portfolio of over 1100 academic journals (with 750 Open Access journals) and 100,000 books (with more than 1000 new titles yearly).