Category Archives: Molecular Ecology, the journal

Mol Ecol’s best reviewers 2014

As a continuation of our post from last year, Molecular Ecology is publishing a list of our very best referees from the last two years (2012 and 2013). Our hope is that the people listed below will put ‘Top Reviewer … Continue reading

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2012 Impact Factors – Mol Ecol does well, ME Resources blows the roof off

When ME Resources switched to publishing Primer Notes in a summary article back in 2009, I had a strong hunch that our 2012 Impact Factor could go up quite a bit – this is the first year that the IF … Continue reading

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Our first Genomic Resources Note

We recently laid out the guidelinesĀ for our new article type, Genomic Resources Notes. Since it’s a little hard to visualise what they should look like, we’ve made the first accepted GR Note availableĀ here. We think there are a lot of … Continue reading

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The MEC symposium Online Forum: October 24th

We had a great turnout for the Molecular Ecology symposium at the Joint Ottawa Evolution meeting in July, and it sounded like people found the talks and discussions really useful. The videos of all the talks and the accompanying slides … Continue reading

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Molecular Ecology Resources — now with PubMed indexing!

We just got the news that Molecular Ecology Resources will now be indexed by PubMed. This is great for our authors and a tribute to the quality submissions we are receiving!

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Molecular Ecology Cover Gallery

I’m delighted to say that a cover gallery is now available for Molecular Ecology on the Wiley Online Library site, so you all can see the great images we’ve been able to use. It currently covers 2010 and 2011, but … Continue reading

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