Jonathon Foreman

Introduction to “Glass durability and reactions with water” for Glass: Then and Now

By Jonathon Foreman / May 3, 2022

As part of the IYoG celebrations, ACerS’ “Glass: Then and Now” series is highlighting ACerS journal articles each month that support advancement in glass science and technology. The focus this month is glass durability and reactions with water.

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Introduction to “Bioactive glasses” for Glass: Then and Now, plus other ACerS collections

By Jonathon Foreman / April 8, 2022

As part of the IYoG celebrations, ACerS’ “Glass: Then and Now” series is highlighting ACerS journal articles each month that support advancement in glass science and technology. The focus this month is bioactive glasses. Plus, ACerS is offering several other collections on this topic.

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Refractories: The workhorses of high-temperature materials manufacturing

By Jonathon Foreman / April 8, 2022

Refractory ceramics are integral to ensuring the smooth operation of numerous essential industries, and researchers are continually investigating new materials and processing techniques to improve refractory performance. Several recent collections curated by ACerS highlights some of the latest research in this field.

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Introduction to “Chemically strengthened glasses” for Glass: Then and Now 

By Jonathon Foreman / March 1, 2022

As part of the IYoG celebrations, ACerS’ “Glass: Then and Now” series is highlighting ACerS journal articles each month that support advancement in glass science and technology. The focus this month is chemically strengthened glasses.

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ACT salutes the Engineering Ceramics Division

By Jonathon Foreman / February 22, 2022

Now in its nineteenth year, the International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology publishes more than 200 articles per year from researchers around the globe. For the first two issues of 2022, the editors of ACT, working with guest editors, assembled special compilations dedicated to distinguished members of ACerS’ Engineering Ceramics Division.

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Introduction to “Toughness and mechanical properties” for Glass: Then and Now

By Jonathon Foreman / February 11, 2022

As part of the IYoG celebrations, ACerS’ “Glass: Then and Now” series is highlighting ACerS journal articles each month that support advancement in glass science and technology. The focus this month is toughness and mechanical properties.

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Journal author information: Sharing is caring

By Jonathon Foreman / January 21, 2022

Journal articles must be found to be cited. While writing your papers so that they can be categorized properly by search engines is useful, authors can be even more proactive in getting their manuscripts in front of colleagues, potential collaborators, grant administrators, and search committees through sharing.

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Interdisciplinary is so 2021; Ceramics are interplanetary

By Jonathon Foreman / January 14, 2022

In a recent open-access ACerS journal article, ACerS Distinguished Life Member Alex Navrotsky and Arizona State graduate research assistant Megan Householder discuss how the study of planets shares many of the same analytical and computational frameworks as materials science.

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Advanced energy gets cracking and stops the cracking—Jonathon’s top 5 favorite Ceramic Tech Today posts from 2021

By Jonathon Foreman / January 7, 2022

MAX phases, carbon nanotubes, and journal TOC alerts make Jonathon’s list of top five favorite CTT posts from 2021.

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Introduction to “Optical fibers and photonics” for Glass: Then and Now

By Jonathon Foreman / January 5, 2022

As part of the IYoG celebrations, ACerS’ new “Glass: Then and Now” series will highlight ACerS journal articles each month that support advancement in glass science and technology. The focus this month is optical fibers and photonics.

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