Jonathon Foreman

Introduction to “Molecular dynamics simulations” for Glass: Then and Now

By Jonathon Foreman / September 9, 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 molecular dynamics simulations.

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Journal of the American Ceramic Society welcomes three new editors to its team

By Jonathon Foreman / August 22, 2022

The Journal of the American Ceramic Society is welcoming three new editors to its editorial team: Jennifer Andrew, Alp Sehirlioglu, and Qiang Fu. Andrew and Sehirlioglu begin their tenures in September 2022, while Fu will start in January 2023.

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With safety and performance, ceramic batteries are in the works

By Jonathon Foreman / August 9, 2022

Substantial ceramics research projects are looking to address issues with current lithium-based battery technologies. A selection of recent papers in ACerS journals highlights some of the efforts toward new electrolyte, cathode, and anode materials.

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Introduction to “Glass relaxation” for Glass: Then and Now

By Jonathon Foreman / August 5, 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 relaxation.

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Introduction to “Viscosity and fictive temperature” for Glass: Then and Now

By Jonathon Foreman / July 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 viscosity and fictive temperature.

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So you want to be a journal editor: A primer for young researchers

By Jonathon Foreman / June 21, 2022

When applying to be a journal editor, specific important achievements can help elevate your candidacy above other researchers. Learn how to set yourself up for success when entering the field of journal editing.

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Clay locomotion and clean water

By Jonathon Foreman / June 17, 2022

Many of the world’s easily accessible freshwater sources are being drained faster than they are being replenished. In two recent papers, researchers led by Jilin University investigated the potential of a clay-based self-propelling nanomotor to purify water.

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Introduction to “Glass for nuclear waste disposal” for Glass: Then and Now

By Jonathon Foreman / June 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 glass for nuclear waste disposal.

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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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