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Citation rating for FES for 2016 is 9

Rankings are as shown below:

 

Agricultural and Biological Sciences: Forestry (1/127)
Agricultural & Biological Sciences: Food Science (1/247)
Agricultural & Biological Sciences: Agronomy and Crop Science (1/290)
Energy: Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment (6/129)

 

SPECIAL OFFER FOR AAB MEMBERS

 

The publication fee for AAB members for

 

Food and Energy Security

 

has been reduced to £500 (previously £1200).   

 

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The new impact factor for the journal for 2016 is 9

Food and Energy Security

 

Food and Energy Security Author Guidelines

 

 

Editorial Board Announced

Editor-in-Chief:

 

Prof. Martin Parry
Professor in Plant Science for Food Security
Lancaster Environment Centre
Lancaster University
Lancashire
LA1 4YQ

 

Associate Editors and Editorial Board here 

 

 

Aims and Scope  

Food and Energy Security will seek to publish high quality and high impact original research on agricultural crop and forest productivity to improve food and energy security. Primary research articles should report hypothesis driven investigations that provide new insights into mechanisms and processes that determine productivity and properties for exploitation. Review articles are welcome but they must be critical in approach and provide particularly novel and far reaching insights.

Food and Energy Security offers authors a forum for the discussion of the most important advances in this field and promotes an integrative approach of scientific disciplines. Papers must contribute substantially to the advancement of knowledge.

 

Volume 1 Issue I was released in July 2012, Issue II.I follow in March 2013 and II.I will be published presently.

 

Examples of areas to be covered in Food and Energy Security include:

 

Agronomy

Biotechnological Approaches

Breeding & Genetics

Climate Change

Quality and Composition

Food Crops and Bioenergy Feedstocks

Developmental, Physiology and Biochemistry

Functional Genomics

Molecular Biology

Pest and Disease Management

Post Harvest Biology

Soil Science

Systems Biology

 

Editorial Board:   

 

Mari­a Patricia Benavides, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Ann Cuypers, Hasselt University, Belgium
Nigel Halford, Rothamsted Research, UK
Haichun Jing, 
Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Ruiliang Jing, Institute of Crop Germplasm, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Andrew Leakey, University of Illinois, USA
Laigeng Li, Institute of Plant Physiology and Ecology, China
Chun-Ming Liu, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Paulo Mazzafera, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil
Ashutosh Mittal, Biosciences Center, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA
Umezuruike Linus Opara, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Adam Price, University of Aberdeen, UK
Jianbo Shen, 
China Agricultural University, China
Weiming Shi, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Gustavo Slafer, University of Lleida, Spain
Chun-peng Song, Henan University, China
Gail Taylor, University of Southampton, UK
Leon Terry, University of Cranfield, UK
Sally Wilkinson, University of Lancaster, UK
Gong Zhizhong, China Agricultural University, China
Yihua Zhou, Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

 

Profiles of all editors can be found here 

 

*****

 

AAB has recently launched this new on-line only, open access, peer-reviewed journal. It is publishing high quality articles from all over the world and is actively seeking submissions from emerging countries with expanding agricultural research communities. Papers from China, India, other parts of Asia and South America will be particularly welcome. The Editorial Board headed by Editor-in-Chief, Professor Martin Parry, is determined to make FES the leading publication in its sector and will be aiming for a top-ranking impact factor from the outset. This new journal, published jointly with Wiley-Blackwell, will provide an innovative global platform to enhance the dissemination of research and developments in applied biology to a wider audience. As the journal matures the platform will become more interactive and be a focus for rapid and effective communications across the areas represented by the AAB. 

 


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