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ACerS and Wiley offer free access to 40 journal articles through end of year

By Faye Oney / November 15, 2018

ACerS and Wiley are offering free access to 40 journal articles through December 31, 2018. Members always have free access, but if you are not a member, considering joining ACerS and take advantage of access to all four ACerS journals!

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ACerS and Wiley offering free access to journal articles with Earth Day theme

By Faye Oney / April 26, 2018

ACerS and Wiley are offering access to Earth Day-themed journal articles that were published in ACerS three journals. Through June 30, you can get free access to more than 30 articles spread throughout ACerS Division pages.

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Looking ahead to 2018—It’s a great year to be an ACerS member!

By Faye Oney / January 5, 2018

There’s a lot to look forward to at ACerS in 2018. From meetings, to short courses, to educational resources, ACerS has everything you need to increase your knowledge and expand your network of professional connections.

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ACerS continues free journal article promotion to celebrate 100 years of JACerS

By Faye Oney / November 10, 2017

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Journal of the American Ceramic Society, ACerS is offering free access to nearly 50 journal articles through December 31. If you’re not already a member, consider joining to take advantage of all ACerS benefits, including its three peer–reviewed journals.

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ACerS offers free journal articles to celebrate 100 years of JACerS

By Faye Oney / July 26, 2017

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Journal of the American Ceramic Society, ACerS is offering free access to nearly 40 journal articles through September 30. If you’re not already a member, consider joining to take advantage of all ACerS benefits, including its three peer–reviewed journals.

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Late José Arana Varela, leading Brazilian ceramic scientist, helped found Ceramic and Glass Industry Foundation

By Eileen De Guire / May 25, 2016

The global ceramic science community lost a beloved member last week. José Arana Varela, professor of physics at University of São Paulo State and CEO of the São Paulo State Research Funding Agency (FAPESP), both in São Paulo, Brazil, died May 17 after battling liver cancer.

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Engineering Ceramics Division

By / December 26, 2013

  Get Involved in the Engineering Ceramics Division   The purpose of the Engineering Ceramics Division of The American Ceramic Society is to stimulate interest in the development and utilization of technology that falls within the broad category termed engineering ceramics. Members accomplish this by means of meetings for the presentation and discussion of professional…

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ICACC’13 Photoblog #3 from Daytona Beach

By / February 1, 2013

University of Maryland’s Eric Wachsman discussed the role of solid oxide fuel cells in a balanced national energy strategy to open the 10th International Symposium on SOFC: Materials, Science, and Technology. Credit: ACerS. I am wrapping up my photoblogging with coverage of events during days 3 and 4 of the 2013 International Conference on Advanced…

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ICACC’13 Photoblog #2 from Daytona Beach

By / January 29, 2013

2013 Program Chair Sujanto Widjaja opens the ICACC’13 Plenary Session. Credit: ACerS. The first “business” day of the ICACC’13 meeting plenary and award speakers (plus the awarding of the best paper and best poster awards from the 2012 session). The photos below come from some of the opening events and awards.  

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India creates online glass, ceramics core lecture series on YouTube

By / January 10, 2013

“Massive open online courses” initiatives will not be confined to the West. India, via YouTube, has just launched a fairly impressive array of free, organized, undergraduate-level lectures that appear to be aimed, in large part, at providing broad public access to fundamental materials science and engineering topics, including a separate series of 50-60 minute lectures that focused on…

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