|2013||The inaugural issue was released, and Inorganics was published as a quarterly journal.|
|2016||Indexed by ESCI—Web of Science.|
|Inorganics started the Travel Awards project.|
|2017||The journal was divided into four sections: Inorganic Solid-State Chemistry, Coordination Chemistry, Bioinorganic Chemistry, and Organometallic Chemistry.|
|Inorganics held its first online Editorial Board Member meeting.|
|Indexed by Scopus.|
|2018||Inorganics changed to a monthly publication schedule from Vol. 7.|
|2019||The CiteScore 2019, powered by Scopus has increased to 2.60.|
|2020||Inorganics announced the 2018 Best Paper Awards.|
|2021||The CiteScore 2020, powered by Scopus, has increased to 4.4.
Inorganics announced the 2019 Best Paper Awards.
Inorganics was indexed in Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE) - Web of Science.
|2012–present||Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Dr. Duncan H. Gregory|
|2017–present||Section Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Dr. Richard Dronskowski for Section “Inorganic Solid-State Chemistry”|
|Section Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Linert for Section “Coordination Chemistry”|
|Section Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Dr. Vladimir Arion for Section “Bioinorganic Chemistry”|
|2018–present||Section Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Dr. Claudio Pettinari for Section “Organometallic Chemistry”|