Biomedical Research and Therapy (BMRAT) receives the new Index Copernicus Value (ICV) from Index Copernicus International (ICI). The new ICV value is 100. This value significantly increases from 83.1 in 2016 to 100 in 2017. This result shows that the quality of Biomedical Research and Therapy significantly increases from 2016.
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What is the Index Copernicus?
Index Copernicus is an excellent platform for scientists’ networking and execution of joint research projects. This web-based scientists’ collaboration platform, called Virtual Research Groups (VRG), its aim is to enhance research productivity. VRG provides a complete research environment, which offers a set of essential tools to promote and initiate international, multi-location research.
‘Index Copernicus’ (IC) is a web-based research infrastructure since 1999, which provides essential tools for scientists, research administrators and government agencies. Index CopernicusTM (IC) also provides an interactive and reliable scientists’ evaluation system. IC performs multi-parameter analysis of scientific output and research potential, both of individual scientist and research institutions. Particular scientists are assessed according to sixteen scientific activities, including, but not limited to: experience, innovation potential and research skills. Index CopernicusTM has been designed to analyze every aspect of scientists’ professional activity and produce Individual Annual Performance reports and Publication Activity Analysis expressed in the universal language of mathematics. Index Copernicus (IC) is a world- wide gateway to complex scientific information.
This system is aimed at: Journal editors, academic-level researchers, government agencies, clinical practitioners, librarians and information and reprint providers.
IC Journal Master List (JML) is a journal indexing, ranking and abstracting system. This service helps a journal to grow from a local level to a global one as well as providing complete web-based solution for small editorial teams. This service accepts peer-reviews and tracks manuscripts online and builds up relations with authors, reviewers and readers as well as increasing the international awareness of a journal. Currently JML includes over 6000 magazines (including about 5,000 foreign).