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Be the master of your publishing experience

By Jonathon Foreman / November 5, 2019

Looking for tips on writing journal articles and navigating the peer review process? Two recent items—a webinar and a blog post—offer good advice, and best of all, they are both free!

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Protecting equipment in steel production: Thermal barrier coatings created from steel waste stream

By Jonathon Foreman / October 25, 2019

Thermal barrier coatings protect equipment against high temperatures in steel production. Researchers from Bartin University in Turkey found ferrochromium slag, a waste product from stainless steel production, could be used to create such coatings.

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Varistors: Armor for your circuits

By Jonathon Foreman / October 15, 2019

As armor protects the wearer from weapons, varistors protect electrical circuits from high voltage and high currents. Learn about some of the current research being conducted to improve varistor production and performance, published in two ACerS journals.

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From material properties to manufacturing, 2nd annual JACerS Award Symposium showcases best JACerS papers of 2018

By Jonathon Foreman / October 8, 2019

At ACerS 121st Annual Meeting at MS&T19, researchers of 19 articles published in the Journal of the American Ceramic Society were honored for their contributions to ceramics and glass research during the 2nd annual JACerS Award Symposium on October 2.

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Achieving full density—a look at factors hindering densification of bioglass scaffolds

By Jonathon Foreman / September 17, 2019

Most bioglasses, especially the popular 45S5, form weak scaffolds prone to cracking because they do not sinter to full density. Researchers looked to understand the factors hindering densification.

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Ultrathin glass goes ultrawide

By Jonathon Foreman / August 30, 2019

Glass panels with large dimensions can be fabricated using the float glass process—but can the process also fabricate ultrathin glass? Scientists at the State Key Laboratory for Float Glass in China report it can—while still retaining large dimensions.

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Lithium is not the (Li)mit—researchers produce all-solid-state sodium-ion battery

By Jonathon Foreman / August 27, 2019

To advance energy storage technologies, batteries made from materials other than lithium need to be developed and explored. Researchers from Nippon Electric Glass and Nagaoka University of Technology created one such battery—an all-solid-state sodium-ion battery.

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Open science, open access, Projekt DEAL, and IJCES

By Jonathon Foreman / August 20, 2019

Open science and open access are posed to drastically change the scholarly publishing landscape in coming years. Learn about the different types of OA and what ACerS is doing to support the model.

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New issues, easier access—Latest news from the Journal Group

By Jonathon Foreman / August 13, 2019

A new IJCES issue, easier access to ACerS journals, no more Wiley Download Direct—take a look at the latest news concerning ACerS journals!

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Sound science and engineering at all stages of research

By Jonathon Foreman / August 9, 2019

Sound science and engineering occur at all stages of the research process—a fact evident in ACerS journals. See how ACerS promotes sound science throughout the research process in two recent articles published in two ACerS journals.

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