The membership magazine of The American Ceramic Society
In this issue we look at the growth of the 10-year-old smartphone market and the role ceramics and glass play in this $479 billion industry.
Also, organizers of Ceramics Expo provide a peek into the show's new format for 2019.
ACerS executive director Charlie Spahr retires at the end of 2018. In this candid interview, Spahr reflects on his career and especially his role in advancing the Society in several areas.
Finally, if you're responsible for purchasing at your company, check out our annual ceramicSource reference and buyer’s resource directory. You'll find a directory of products and services as well as an alphabetical listing of companies providing the products and services you're looking for.
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April GochaThe smartphone revolution, which began just over a decade ago, could only happen because of advanced ceramics and glasses. Demand for new functionality in smartphones drives constant
materials innovation for better, faster, and smaller devices.
The organizers of Ceramics Expo, Smarter Shows, announce a two-day event format for attendees at next year’s event with added commercial, educational, and networking opportunities.
Our annual reference and buyer’s guide and directory
Eileen De Guire
Transparent ceramics, LEDS, shipyards, and pagodas: Difference in technology and culture
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