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ACerS new Career Center jobsite launched

By / September 30, 2010

The American Ceramic Society has launched its new Career Center. Best of all, it’s free. Job seekers will find a broad range of opportunities spanning academia, government labs and private sector companies of all sizes. Job posters will find an audience of both established and emerging leaders in traditional and advanced ceramic segments that include…

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Free webinar: Batteries & fuel cell simulation

By / September 21, 2010

On Thursday, Sept. 23 at 10:00 a.m. EST, Ford Motor Company will be offering a free webinar presentation that will demonstrate how they are using simulation to deliver affordable environmental technologies based on Li-ion batteries. The webinar, titled Batteries & Fuel Cells Simulation, will show how simulation technology accelerates the design of electrochemical systems. This…

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Pye, Trostel named ACerS Distinguished Life Members; 19 in class of Fellows for 2010

By / August 3, 2010

L. David Pye (left) and Louis Trostel Jr. Our congratulations go out to L. David Pye and Louis Trostel Jr., the 2010 recipients of the ACerS Distinguished Life Member award, the highest honor accorded members of the Society, given in recognition of individual’s eminent contribution to the ceramic and glass profession. Congratulations also go to…

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There’s still time to suggest an SEM shot!

By / June 17, 2010

Recently we gave our readers the opportunity to suggest an item for viewing under a scanning electron microscope. The ideas have been great, but we want more! Check out this post that gives details about the microscope and its capabilities. What would you like to see? Leave a comment and let us know!

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Ceramic Leadership Summit: Spotlight on Energy Innovations

By / May 13, 2010

The Energy Innovation track at the Ceramic Leadership Summit June 21-22 in Baltimore, Md., will highlight advances and challenges facing the the future of energy creation, harvesting and storage. Nuclear energy, solid-oxide fuel cells and sodium metal halide batteries are just a sample of the topics to be covered by industry leaders. Here are the…

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And the winners are…everyone!

By / May 11, 2010

In honor of Earth Day, The American Ceramic Society launched a contest on Ceramic Tech Today inviting readers to share stories and anecdotes on the important role that ceramics play in green and renewable energy. Congratulations to all that entered our Earth Day celebration contest. It’s time to announce the winners! The grand prize winner…

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Ceramic Leadership Summit: Spotlight on emerging business and technology opportunities and challenges for the ceramics community

By / May 5, 2010

ACerS’ Ceramic Leadership Summit is fast approaching. Unlike purely technical meetings, the Ceramic Summit fosters a participative environments that delivers the opportunity to discuss, listen and learn with some of the most influential people in the field of ceramics and glass. The Summit will host four general sessions: Emerging Business and Technology Opportunities and Challenges…

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Hopping on the social media bandwagon

By / January 15, 2010

Don’t miss a single update! The American Ceramic Society/Ceramic Tech Today have joined forces with Twitter and Facebook to bring you instant news and updates. Follow ACerSNews on Twitter by clicking here. Become a fan on Facebook here.

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Tony Evans

By / September 16, 2009

Tony died last week after a tough fight with cancer. He is considered to be one of the “giants” in not only ceramic science, but, really, in all of materials science. A great thinker, teacher, motivator and team manager, Tony’s accomplishments and kudos are enormous. His death is a huge loss to his family, to…

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Three Issues of The Bulletin of the American Ceramic Society – Free

By / November 4, 2008

Explore the advances ceramic and glass materials are making in energy, transportation, space, medicine, electronics and construction in the pages of the ACerS monthly Bulletin. Receive a FREE 3-month subscription. >>Click Here to Get Started<<

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