The membership magazine of The American Ceramic Society
In this issue we look at current and evolving technological advances in China. The cover story explores how private industry and entrepreneurs in China are increasingly taking the lead to meet science and technology objectives as government and global expectations make innovation a precedence over the traditional value of stability.
Several stories in the Department sections look at different methods for data storage, including magnetic tapes for archive storage and phase change materials and magnonic crystals for immediate storage.
The October/November issue announces the ACerS leaders for 2019–2020. The Society will install new officers and directors on the ACerS Executive Committee and Board at the 121st Annual Meeting at the end of September.
Also, see the recap from the 3rd Annual Energy Harvesting Society (EHS) meeting, and read the latest updates for three upcoming meetings—EMA 2020, ICACC20, and PACC-FMAs 2020.
Finally, learn about the advanced ceramics and nanoceramic powders market in this month’s “Business and Market View” column.
Table of Contents
Alex Talavera and Randy B. HechtAs both government and global expectations make innovation a precedence over the traditional value of stability, private industry and entrepreneurs are increasingly taking the lead to meet science and technology objectives.
Magnetic tape is an important technology for companies and organizations that handle big data—but an ongoing patent infringement battle makes obtaining the newest tapes difficult.
New officers and directors on the 2019–2020 ACerS Executive Committee and Board will be installed at the 121st Annual Business Meeting on Sept. 30, 2019, at MS&T19 in Portland, Ore.
Advanced ceramics and nanoceramic powders
Energetics and structures of halide perovskites: A thermochemistry perspective
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