Reproduction’s latest impact factor released

16th June 2017Michelle Maginn

Reproduction’s latest impact factor released

The 2016 impact factors have just been released and we are pleased to advise that Reproduction (the journal of the Society for Reproduction and Fertility) remains 7th out of 29 journals in reproductive biology and is 11th out of 41 in the developmental biology category, with an impact factor of 3.100. This is a very slight dip from last year’s 3.189.

The five-year impact factor, providing a longer term view of the journal’s impact, is 3.493. Looking at the journals just above Reproduction in the reproductive biology category, their impact factors have also dipped, suggesting a trend in the field.