The DOE’s National Renewable Energy Lab has produced this new video that provides an excellent overview of the labs past and present work, including multijunction PV cells, thin-film PVs, deposition process development, PV calibration and real-world outdoor testing.Read More
Arun Wagh, chair of the ACerS Art Division, has organized a display at MS&T’09 featuring ceramic art pieces made by graduate students in the Alfred University Division of Ceramic Art. Various sculptures and ceramic vessels will be on display Tuesday and Wednesday in the Expo Hall at the Convention Center. Two MFA students from Alfred…Read More
Distinguished Life… Jeppson… Kingery… Purdy… Coble… Spriggs. These are just a few of the awards that will presented to deserving winners in October 2010 in Houston, Texas at the ACerS 112th Annual Meeting. It sounds like a long ways away, but it’ll be here before you know it, so start thinking of worthy nominees and…Read More
Did you know that 12 of the winning entries in the Basic Science Division’s upcoming Ceramographic Competition will be published on the back cover of the Journal of the American Ceramic Society in 2010? Not only that, but all winners receive prize money, and the Best in Show poster wins the coveted Roland B. Snow award. The competition is…Read More
The New England Section of The American Ceramic Society is hosting the 15th Annual New England Technical Ceramics Expo, featuring Dr. Edwin R. Fuller, Jr.,
ACerS President-elect and Guest Scientist at NIST.