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Only the most reliable scientific articles and content makes its way into the Scopus database—so you can be confident in the quality and authority of your research.
To ensure a high-level of quality, Scopus relies on a Content Selection and Advisory Board (CSAB), an international group of scientists and researchers with journal editor experience, who represent the major scientific disciplines.
The board members constantly review all new titles suggested to Scopus, as well as existing titles, to ensure that Scopus’ quality is maintained.