A year of Materials Today

I contribute materials science news and editorials to most issues of the journal Materials Today and usually bookmark each item on Sciencebase and Delicious. But, you can subscribe to the electronic edition of Elsevier journal Materials Today for free if you're in the USA. Just fill in the form so they know who to send it to and to demonstrate that you're in the trade. Meanwhile, here’s an update to my Materials Today archive.

Visibly invisible: Optical Materials  
Materials TodayVolume 14, Issue 3March 2011Page 65

Well-stacked nanowires: Polymers and Soft Materials  
Materials TodayVolume 14, Issues 1-2January-February 2011Page 8

Superconducting cables with a new twist: Electronic Materials  
Materials TodayVolume 14, Issue 4April 2011Page 130

Cell migration: Biomaterials  
Materials TodayVolume 14, Issues 1-2January-February 2011Page 10

Brighter nanotubes: Nanotechnology  
Materials TodayVolume 14, Issues 1-2January-February 2011Page 13

Spinning up water beams: Tools and Techniques  
Materials TodayVolume 14, Issue 3March 2011Page 68

Shattering the image of brittle glass: Metals and Alloys  
Materials TodayVolume 14, Issue 3March 2011Page 64

Is DNA a conducting nanowire?: Nanotechnology  
Materials TodayVolume 14, Issue 4April 2011Page 133

Splitting water with rusty nets: Nanotechnology  
Materials TodayVolume 14, Issue 4April 2011Page 129

Chewing over dental structure: Composites  
Materials TodayVolume 14, Issue 3March 2011Page 66

Material priorities in Europe  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issue 9September 2010Page 6

Stretched Janus material: Magnetic materials  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issue 10October 2010Page 10

The darkest forest: Carbon  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issue 10October 2010Page 8

The long and winding road to synthetic silk: Biomimetics  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issue 4April 2010Page 12

A safe reaction: Nuclear  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issue 5May 2010Page 8

Flat-packed carbon: Carbon  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issue 6June 2010Page 9

Ordered energy storage: Energy  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issues 1-2January-February 2010Page 9

Nanotube revelations: Nanotechnology  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issues 1-2January-February 2010Page 10

Bubbling up water repellence: Surface  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issue 4April 2010Page 10

Self Powered Sensors: Biomaterials  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issue 5May 2010Page 10

Magnetic solder for 3D microelectronics: Magnetism  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issue 4April 2010Page 8

Composite damping is music to the ears: Carbon  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issues 7-8July-August 2010Page 13

Magnetic stent therapy: Biomaterials  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issue 6June 2010Page 13

Dendrimersome library: Characterization  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issues 7-8July-August 2010Page 12

Snappy silicon surfaces: Surface Science  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issues 1-2January-February 2010Page 13

Dipping into nanotechnology: Nanotechnology  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issue 6June 2010Page 8

Nanotechnology fights cancer: Nanotechnology  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issue 6June 2010Page 10

Gen F Scientists  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issues 1-2January-February 2010Pages 54-55

Paradigms, peers, and patents  

Materials Today
Volume 13, Issues 7-8July-August 2010Pages 62-63

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