ACerS news

From the editor: Why I publish in ACerS journals

By Lisa McDonald / January 17, 2023

Recent years have seen exponential growth in the number of scientific journals being published. With so many options for publishing, JACerS editor-in-chief John C. Mauro offers his top 10 reasons for choosing to publish in The American Ceramic Society journals.

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Introduction to “Additive manufacturing” for ACT @ 20

By Jonathon Foreman / January 11, 2023

To celebrate the milestone of the 20th volume of the International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology, the editorial team assembled a selection of journal papers representing the excellent work from the advanced ceramics community. The focus this month is additive manufacturing.

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Close of International Year of Glass heralds start of the Age of Glass

By Eileen De Guire / January 4, 2023

About 120 people gathered in New York City for a debriefing of the International Year of Glass at the United Nations Headquarters in December 2022. This CTT summarizes what took place at the event, as well as highlights the “Seven Glass Wonders of the World” that were revealed at the IYOG Closing Ceremony in Japan.

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ACT @ 20: Celebrating 20 years of advanced ceramic technology research

By Jonathon Foreman / January 3, 2023

To celebrate the milestone of the 20th volume of the International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology, the editorial team assembled a selection of journal papers representing the excellent work from the advanced ceramics community.

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Batteries of tomorrow, plus more inside January/February 2023 ACerS Bulletin

By Lisa McDonald / December 21, 2022

The January/February 2023 issue of the ACerS Bulletin—featuring a look at some future battery technologies—is now available online. Plus—optical-grade ceramics and IYOG conclusion.

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Introduction to “Glass under pressure” for Glass: Then and Now

By Jonathon Foreman / December 21, 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 under pressure.

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Video: A look back on the International Year of Glass and a turn to the future

By Lisa McDonald / December 21, 2022

With the spectacular International Year of Glass at its end, today’s CTT looks back on some of the many events which took place this year. Included is a special address to the community by Megan McElfresh, executive director of the Stained Glass Association of America.

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Video: Translating bioceramic research from the lab to the clinic—a discussion with William Bonfield

By Lisa McDonald / November 30, 2022

To fulfill the growing demand for bioceramics and bioactive glasses, scientists will need to not only innovate new materials but translate them to market. In an interview, William Bonfield, recipient of the 2021 Larry L. Hench Lifetime Achievement Award, shares advice for others looking to translate their innovations into clinical settings.

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Ceramics and glass in space, plus more inside December 2022 ACerS Bulletin

By Lisa McDonald / November 17, 2022

The December 2022 issue of the ACerS Bulletin—featuring an overview of ceramics and glass used in space travel and exploration—is now available online. Plus—new C&GM and ceramicSOURCE 2023.

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Introduction to “Glass-ceramics” for Glass: Then and Now

By Jonathon Foreman / November 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 glass-ceramics.

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