Applied Environmental Biotechnology


Editor-in-Chief:Ji-Dong Gu

ISSN2382-6436(print)

ISSN: 2424-9092(online)

Publishing Frequency: semi-yearly

Article Processing Charges(APC):1600(USD)

Publishing Model : Open Access

 


Applied Environmental Biotechnology (AEB),  a peer-reviewed, open access journal, provides a forum in the broad research field of biotechnology in terms of advances, innovation and technologies made at the molecular, process, community,or ecosystem levels. It will emphasize the basic biochemistry, molecular processes ,and molecular biology where the molecules and genes remain the central core of the analysis. AEB will publish original research work of highest quality and of broad interest in biological sciences. 

AEB has been indexed in ScopusCNKIGoogle Scholar, etc.


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Journal mock Impact Factor is about 1.5

 

The mock Impact Factor of Applied Environmental Biotechnology (AEB) (ISSN 2424-9092) is about 1.5

 
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Notice of Inclusion in the Scopus database

 
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Vol 5, No 2 (2020)

Table of Contents

Editorial

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Ji-Dong Gu
DOI:10.26789/AEB.2020.02.001

Abstract

Identification and prediction of the current ongoing and future research trends are critically important to research scientists to be on track of the significantly important topics and also ahead of the others if all possible. Such information can be extrapolated by mining the existing data available from different databases to delineate the important research topics that many are working on and also the emerging ones that attract attention. Because of the readily availability of online published articles in Open Access mode and instant information in real time on viewing number, read and citations, a simple summary of the papers published in this journal over the past 4 years indicated clearly the most viewed research articles and topics are in line with the main stream information available, namely novel dehalogenase, thermophilic organisms and biotechnological application in bioleaching, souring inhibition in oil reservoirs, and the current public interest on plastics. This information can be used in refining one’s specific research to target for popularity and visibility.

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