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Acta Adamantum

  • ISSN: 2773-224X
Acta Adamantum is a broad-scope, diamond open access journal covering the broad field of materials science and engineering. The journal emphasizes original research papers that develop connections between the structure and properties of solid materials. Work that is experimental, theoretical, computational, data-science-centric, or a combination of these methods is welcome. The diamond open access publishing model for the journal is supported by Acta Materialia, Inc., and the number of papers supported for publication in each year is strictly limited. As a result the journal maintains a high level of selectivity and focuses on the most significant advances in materials science and engineering.
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Acta Biomaterialia

  • ISSN: 1742-7061
  • 5 Year impact factor: 9.9
  • Impact factor: 9.7
Acta Biomaterialia is an international journal that publishes peer-reviewed original research reports, review papers and communications in the broadly defined field of biomaterials science. The emphasis of the journal is on the relationship between biomaterial structure and function at all length scales. The scope of Acta Biomaterialia includes: Hypothesis-driven design of biomaterials Biomaterial surface science linking structure to biocompatibility, including protein adsorption and cellular interactions Biomaterial mechanical characterization and modeling at all scales Molecular, statistical and other types of modeling applied to capture biomaterial behavior Interactions of biological species with defined surfaces Combinatorial approaches to biomaterial development Structural biology as it relates structure to function for biologically derived materials that have application as a medical material, or as it aids in understanding the biological response to biomaterials Methods for biomaterial characterization Processing of biomaterials to achieve specific functionality Materials development for arrayed genomic and proteomic screening
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Acta Materialia

  • ISSN: 1359-6454
  • 5 Year impact factor: 10.2
  • Impact factor: 9.4
Acta Materialia provides a forum for publishing full-length, original papers and commissioned overviews that advance the in-depth understanding of the relationship between the processing, the structure and the properties of inorganic materials. Papers that have a high impact potential and/or substantially advance the field are sought. The structure encompasses atomic and molecular arrangements, chemical and electronic structures, and microstructure. Emphasis is on either the mechanical or functional behavior of inorganic solids at all length scales down to nanostructures. The following aspects of the science and engineering of inorganic materials are of particular interest: (i) Cutting-edge experiments and theory as they relate to the understanding of the properties, (ii) Elucidation of the mechanisms involved in the synthesis and processing of materials specifically as they relate to the understanding of the properties,and (iii) Characterization of the structure and chemistry of materials specifically as it relates to the understanding of the properties. Acta Materialia welcomes papers that employ theory and/or simulation (or numerical methods) that substantially advance our understanding of the structure and properties of inorganic materials. Such papers should demonstrate relevance to the materials community by, for example, making a comparison with experimental results (in the literature or in the present study), making testable microstructural or property predictions or elucidating an important phenomenon. Papers that focus primarily on model parameter studies, development of methodology or those employing existing software packages to obtain standard or incremental results are discouraged. Short communications and comments to papers published in Acta Materialia may be submitted to Scripta Materialia.
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Advanced Bionics

  • ISSN: 2950-3876
Advanced Bionics (ABS) is an international peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research papers, reviews, letters, editorials, highlights, perspectives, comments and news. ABS focuses on the study of novel principles and functions observed in biological systems, as well as the application of this knowledge to address real-world scientific challenges. ABS aims to lead advancements in fundamental bionic research, pushing the boundaries of novel bionic investigations and fostering disruptive technologies within the field. Submissions to the journal are expected to provide fresh insights, possess scientific impact and a high level of quality, as well as contribute to shaping the future of bionic research. As an interdisciplinary journal, ABS covers a wide array of topics, including but not limited to: (1) Bionic Robotics, Electronics, and Intelligent Devices (2) Bio-inspired Artificial Intelligence (3) Biomechanics and Bionic Healthcare Engineering (4) Bio-inspired Functional Surfaces/Interfaces (5) Bio-inspired Functional Materials and Biosensors (6) Bio-inspired Energy System (7) Bio-manufacturing and Bionic Manufacturing (8) Bio-inspired structures and design
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Advanced Industrial and Engineering Polymer Research

  • ISSN: 2542-5048
This journal aims to provide a high-quality forum for the latest progress and breakthroughs in polymer research and corresponding practical applications within the industry. For this purpose, the journal targets a broad audience of industrial and academic researchers, aiming to bridge the gap between these groups. This journal not only publishes up-to-date applied polymer research achievements for the industry and promotes their translation into new and revolutionary technologies, but also provides scientists and engineers with rapid and comprehensive information and overviews of the polymer industry as a reference for their research. The journal welcomes manuscripts describing original research, short communications, and reviews in the fields of polymer engineering and applied polymer science. Topics of particular interest include, but are not limited to polymer blending material composites polymer rheology and molding specific polymer and additive design, preparation and application biodegradable and renewable polymers polymer characterization and testing polymer processing techniques and equipment
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Advanced Membranes

  • ISSN: 2772-8234
Advanced Membranes (Adv. Membr.) presents the latest developments in membranes and related disciplines. It emphasises the emerging, advanced and multidisciplinary trends in chemical engineering, material, energy and environmental studies. The journal also promotes communication and exchange among researchers and engineers in the field, wherever they are based in the world. Adv. Membr. focuses on the following aspects: Advanced membrane materials designed with novel structures or functions New understanding of membrane formation and advanced characterisation techniques Deep study of transport mechanisms, scale-up and module design Novel process design, modelling and hybrid processes for emerging fields Advanced applications in water treatment, gas separation, special separation, energy, batteries, biomedical devices and other sustainable processes
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Advanced Nanocomposites

  • ISSN: 2949-9445
Advanced Nanocomposites is an international, peer-reviewed journal that drives innovation in the design, development, modelling, and manufacture of nanocomposites to address challenges across various application areas. These areas include, but are not limited to, aerospace, automotive, energy conversion and storage, infrastructure, maritime, health care technology, and recreational products. The journal aims to promote the rapid publication of original research papers, authoritative reviews, and leading opinions that focus on the existing and emerging nanocomposite science and manufacturing technologies for processing polymers and cementitious materials, the characterization and analysis of structure and mechanical and functional properties of the resulting nanocomposites, and the assessment of their applicability across engineering sectors. The scope of the journal embraces the entire workflow underlying the development of nanocomposites and their manufacturing processes, as well as fracture mechanisms encountered in engineering applications. Due to the multidisciplinary nature of nanocomposite science and engineering, topics of interest sit at the crossroads of: Design and synthesis of nanoparticles and their surface modification, Interfaces in nanocomposites, Characterization of nanocomposite structure and constituent phases, New approaches to prediction and measurement of mechanical, physical, and chemical behaviour, Analysis of mechanical performance and electrical, wear, barrier, antifouling, flame-retarding, sensing and thermal properties, Manufacturing science and engineering, Fracture mechanics, and The performance of nanocomposite devices
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Advanced Powder Materials

  • ISSN: 2772-834X
Advanced Powder Materials (APM) is an open access journal. lt operates at the frontiers of powder materials research and promotes the development of powder materials science and technology. APM welcomes manuscripts that display fundamental understanding of the topic, cutting-edge scientific achievements, and progress of interest to an international audience. Potential topics include, but are not limited to: Advanced powder metallurgy materials New energy and catalytic materials High-performance structure and functional materials Advanced ceramics and hard materials Micro and nano powder materials Composite materials and coatings Additive manufacturing Computational materials design
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Advances in Archaeomaterials

  • ISSN: 2667-1360
Archaeological sciences are now more than ever a fully integrated aspect within the field of archaeology. With the enormous wealth of techniques, methodologies, theoretical approaches, and regional case studies that have been published over the past two decades, it is time that a journal dedicated to reporting the "state of the field" of various archaeometric sub-disciplines be issued. For example, review articles can cover the use of a specific technique or methodology within a class or type of materials, a region, or some combination thereof that reports on a body of scientific approaches to the materiality of the past. Beyond excavation, it is these techniques that have delivered some of the greatest archaeological discoveries in the past two decades, and regional or methodological syntheses stand to greatly enhance the dissemination of cutting edge case studies within a broader context. Additionally, Advances in Archaeomaterials will also welcome original research, as long as it is contextualized within an expanded introductory framework, in the fields of archaeological science, cultural and industrial heritage, science and technology studies including history of science, and conservation science-as long as the focus is archaeometric research on human-made materials. Finally, special issues can be published in certain circumstances (contact the editors with queries), and manuscripts of interest to a broad audience published in Chinese can be translated into English and published as an article. This will be the only journal dedicated to: Articles synthesizing archaeological science research results in a region Articles synthesizing archaeological science research results for a method or technique Articles synthesizing archaeological science research results of specific ancient material classes (organic and inorganic) Original research in the fields of archaeological science, cultural and industrial heritage, science and technology studies including history of science, and conservation science Publishing English translations of Chinese scholarship to make it available to non-Chinese audiences. Special issues can be published in certain circumstances (contact the editors with queries).
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Annals of 3D Printed Medicine

  • ISSN: 2666-9641
Annals of 3D Printed Medicine examines the fast moving 3D printing innovation in the inter-disciplinary medical and biomedical research area. Also widely known by other terms such as additive manufacturing (AM) or rapid prototyping (RP), 3D printing engineering offers in Health and Medical Sciences - as an efficient and customizable manufacturing option - a great opportunity to reduce costs, time, trauma and healing periods: for healthcare professionals and drug and medical device companies to develop tailor-made (and often urgent) new solutions, services and concrete applications, for patients making care affordable, accessible and personalized, with the support of policies and under the pressure of growing expectations and demands. By giving high priority review and early publication to international peer-reviewed research and applications original works, Annals of 3D Printed Medicine is the home to collect innovative use of 3D-printing related technologies in the following medical and clinical situations: preoperative planning, instrumentalization and implantology, state modelling, medical education, storage, patient education, medico-legal, bioprinting, therapeutics? Annals of 3D Printed Medicine publishes (guest) Editorials, Research papers, Reviews, Short surveys, Technical notes, Short communications and Letters to the Editor. The journal endorses the FAIR Guiding Principles to support improved Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability and Reuse - and follows the Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals, issued by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE Recommendations), as well as the Code of conduct for editors issued by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Annals of 3D Printed Medicine is a Gold Open Access e-only journal and is available on ScienceDirect.
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