Trends in Evolutionary Biology was launched in 2009 and, despite a good start and a promising fate, it suspended publication in 2013 due to some internal re-organizational steps.
However, given the satisfactory number of citations of its high-quality papers, which led to the indexing in several databases such as Scopus, the unvaried requests of authors, and the attractive and up-to-date focus, the Publisher has decided to reinsert it in the list of PAGEPress active publications.
Effectively, Trends in Evolutionary Biology has received until today more than 100,000 visits from all over the world (mainly from: USA, UK, India, China and Germany) and its papers have been downloaded more than 100.000 times. This has positively affected the journal metrics, since in 2014 the Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) was 0.148, the Impact per Publication (IPP) was 0.364 and the SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) was 0.176.
We are therefore confident that such a new start will give our journal the opportunity to achieve new goals and contribute again to the challenges of the new researches in the field.
Trends in Evolutionary Biology is an online-only Open Access peer-reviewed journal, publishing articles that span the breadth of modern evolutionary biology. Articles can range in scope from the origin of life to the evolutionary diversification of life and of biomacromolecules, from experimental evolution to evolutionary bioinformatics.
Trends in Evolutionary Biology publishes original articles, brief reports, editorials and commentaries, review articles, and book reviews.
Latest articles published
Leonardo de Oliveira Martins, David Posada
Amanda L. Robertson, Diana E. Wolf
Johan A. Grahnen, David A. Liberles
Jun-Hoe Lee, Kiew-Lian Wan, Adura Mohd-Adnan, Toni Gabaldón
Evolutionary dynamics of simple sequence repeats across long evolutionary time scale in genus Drosophila
Lothar Wissler, Lars Godmann, Erich Bornberg-Bauer
David A. Liberles