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Ceramics for the circular economy: Call for papers for special issue of International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology

By Jonathon Foreman / March 12, 2019

The editors of the International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology invite researchers and colleagues to submit a manuscript for a special issue that addresses several leading areas of the circular economy for ceramics. Full-length research articles and review papers are welcome.

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Find EMA and ICACC special conference collections on ACerS Publication Central

By Jonathon Foreman / January 22, 2019

Want a taste of topics presented at ICACC and EMA meetings? Try a free sampling of peer-review journal articles gathered in two special conference collections, available through February.

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ACerS journals increase impact—5 highlights from Clarivate’s latest Journal Impact Factor report

By Jonathon Foreman / July 6, 2018

ACerS journals have increasing influence in the scientific community, according to the latest Journal Impact Factor report from Clarivate. The Journal of the American Ceramic Society continues to be the most cited journal in the field of ceramic science and engineering.

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Wiley identifies top downloaded ACerS journal articles

By Jonathon Foreman / February 27, 2018

ACerS publishing partner Wiley has identified the top downloaded articles from 2016–2017 for each ACerS journal. Many articles are open access, and others will be free-to-read until March 31.

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ICACC, EAM leaders featured in special journal articles

By Faye Oney / November 17, 2017

Through January 31, ACerS and Wiley are offering free access to 30 journal articles published in ACerS journals. The articles are authored by ACerS members who have organized EAM and ICACC conferences in the past couple years. After January, ACerS members can continue to access the articles through the member portal.

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ACerS journals—Enduring quality, challenges ahead

By Eileen De Guire / July 7, 2017

The recently released Journal Citation Reports (JCR) provides some good news for the journals published by the American Ceramic Society, and it points to some challenges for the road ahead. JCR, published by Clarivate Analytics compiles scholars journal metrics such as impact factors, citation half-lives, etc. Of utmost importance, the articles published by the Society…

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Special centennial, PACRIM issues of JACerS highlight groundbreaking work

By Faye Oney / May 23, 2017

To celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the Journal of the American Ceramic Society, ACerS will publish several centennial issues in 2017, along with special virtual issues with specific themes.

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Updated metrics highlight ACerS journals’ impact in ceramic and glass materials

By April Gocha / June 24, 2016

Each year, Thomson Reuters releases the latest rankings of metrics for a slew of journals in its Journal Citation Reports—see how ACerS journals stack up with the just-released 2015 metrics.

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New journal impact factors released—It’s all good news for ACerS journals

By Eileen De Guire / June 25, 2013

Last week Thomson Reuters issued their annual journal impact factor statistics. For those in the scholarly publishing business, these metrics are indicators of a journal’s quality and how it stacks up against comparable journals. In short, the “impact factor,” which is the most commonly cited statistic, measures how often articles published in the previous two…

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Limited time only: ACerS/Wiley offer free access to top content of journals and books

By Eileen De Guire / February 8, 2013

This deal is better than Costco’s free food samples on Saturday morning. Through March 31, The American Ceramic Society and its publishing partner, Wiley, have teamed up to offer Ceramic Tech Today readers a no-cost opportunity to explore and preview some of the Society’s best technical papers and books. And by “best” I mean really…

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