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BCREC Journal Achieves The Highest Impact Factor (SJR) Journal in Indonesia

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bcrec journalBulletin of Chemical Reaction Engineering & Catalysis (http://bcrec.undip.ac.id), one of international journal published by Department of Chemical Engineering Diponegoro University, has achieved The Highest Impact Factor (SJR) Journal in Indonesia as reported by Scimago (http://scimagojr.com). The highest impact factor (SJR) means that the BCREC journal has received most number of citations from other journal articles in compare to number of articles published.

The BCREC journal has the highest impact factor compared to 12 Scopus Indexed journals published in Indonesia, they are SJR = 0.348 (by Scimago Scopus) and SNIP = 0.905 (by Journal Metrics). This journal has also been ranked 25th or Q3 level in Scimago Catalysis category (link here) and ranked 19th or Q2 level in Scimago Process and Chemistry Technology category (link here).

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Short Course in Medical Genetics

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Semarang, undip.ac.id - Within the framework of the collaboration between Faculty of Medicine Diponegoro University (FMDU) and Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre (RUNMC), The Netherlands, we will organize the Short Course in Medical Genetics (SCMG)This short course will be performed in 10 days.

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Undip has Free Access to SCOPUS (free trial) for three months (September - December 2013)

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scopusSemarang, undip.ac.id - It is very pleased to inform that All Undip's Civitas Academica can access to SCOPUS at http://www.scopus.com (free trial) for next three months (starting from 16 Sept 2013 until 16 December 2013).‎ The free access to the reputable SCOPUS database ‎can be accessed within Undip's internet/computer network, or via VPN (virtual private network at https://vpn.undip.ac.id) for accessing from their home using the academic information system user login. Please let's use this promising facilities during the free trial to strengthen the quality of research and to analyse the research profile. Help and support from SCOPUS/Elsevier are very appreciated‎, especially for Ms Joyce Haryono and Ms Jo-An Chia.