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News: Black Lives Matter - A statement from Materials Today

The killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Rayshard Brooks, and many others, has rightfully shaken the world and once again shined a light on ongoing and systematic racism and racial bias. Like many others, we are overwhelmed by feelings of sadness, anger, frustration - and disappointment that we have not done more. It has made many of us reflect...

News: Making solar cells using waste from lead batteries

Muddy deposits of polluting lead in old batteries can be recycled to help generate renewable energy

News: How to turn food waste into clean water and power

Food waste can be repurposed to supply drinking water and power while reducing the release of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

News: Webinar: Powering the future through nano-characterisation

Date: 21st November 2019 Time: 4.00pm GMT, 5.00pm CET, 11.00am EST

News: What are mirror journals, and can they offer a new world of open access?

Pilot program gives authors another way to publish OA while enjoying the benefits of an established journal

News: New anode material produces better lithium- and sodium-ion batteries

Recently, scientists from Wuhan University of Technology in China have discovered a new anode material, which is promising to produce better lithium-ion and sodium-ion batteries.

News: 6th International Conference on Multifunctional, Hybrid and Nanom (HYMA2019)

Energy, the environment and human health have emerged as strategic priorities not only in research but in all aspects of our lives. Hybrid materials have already demonstrated good promise in addressing and offering solutions in each of these priority areas.

News: Train vibrations could power crucial onboard monitoring systems

Scientists in China are powering train-monitoring systems by harvesting the vibrations that accompany even the smoothest rail journeys. “Real-time monitoring is essential for the safe running of high-speed trains,” says Weiqing Yang from the Southwest Jiaotong University in Chengdu, China. The team's innovative system includes its own energy storage...

News: 2017 Nano Energy Award Winner Announced

Elsevier and the Editor-in-Chief of Nano Energy, Zhong Lin Wang, are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2017 Nano Energy Award is Professor Yong Qin at the School of Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology, Xidian University, Xi’an, China.    

News: Materials Today 2017 Cover Competition

Submit your image before 9th October.

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