JMR Focus Issues are devoted to a single area of materials research and are published several times a year. Call for Proposals: 2022 JMR Focus IssuesProposals are being accepted for JMR Focus issues to be published in 2022. Improved mechanical performance and wear resistance of Ti-coated cBN–WC–Ni composites, Fabrication of eggshell membrane–based novel buccal mucosa–mimetic surface and mucoadhesion testing of chitosan oligosaccharide films, Amino acid–intercalated layered double hydroxide core @ ordered porous silica shell as drug carriers: Design and applications, Effect of Mo, Zr, and Y on the high-temperature properties of Al–Cu–Mn alloy, Reaction pathways and optoelectronic characterization of single-phase Ag, Call for Proposals: JMR Focus Issues for 2022. For all Volume 35 / 2020 subscription inquiries, please contact our Customer Services team at journals@cambridge.org. Journal of Materials Research (JMR) publishes the latest advances about the creation of new materials and materials with novel functionalities, fundamental understanding of processes that control the response of materials, and development of materials with significant performance improvements relative to state of the art materials. Purchase of print-on-demand copies is handled and fulfilled directly through Sheridan Custom Publishing*. More about Accounts of Materials Research Meet the Editor-in-Chief Read this interview with Professor Jiaxing Huang, Editor-in-Chief of Accounts of Materials Research , to learn more about his work and his vision for the new journal. JMR publishes new research that demonstrates a significant impact or advance of scientific understanding of interest to the materials research community. JMR publishes materials research demonstrating a significant scientific advance or understanding in materials science. Any submitted manuscripts currently under review in JMR's ScholarOne system will be brought to final decision in ScholarOne. Call for Papers: Advanced Metallic Materials. Focus Issue: Multiscale Materials Modeling of Interface-mediated Thermomechanical BehaviorSubmission Deadline: December 1, 2020This JMR Focus Issue provides a forum for discussing recent developments in computational/experimental techniques and their applications to understand the heterogeneous materials’ mechanical and transport behavior across a broad range of length scales. JMR welcomes paper on Advanced Metallic Materials which are the foundation of our modern industrial society. We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites. Copyright © Nobel Media 2019. Watch a video abstract of their article below and enjoy free access in perpetuity. Focus Issues allow Guest Editors to comprehensively examine and assess current research of particular interest to JMR readers. Please refer to JMR's author instructions on Cambridge Core for further information about submitting your manuscript. Illustration: Niklas Elmeh Congratulations to Yongchao Liu, Mugilan Narayanasamy, Minjie Shi, Hanzhao Wu, Chao Yan, Cheng Yang, Wei Xie, Hua Hou and Zhanhu Guo for their article,  'High-performance coaxial wire-shaped supercapacitors using ionogel electrolyte toward sustainable energy system'. The Gordon E. Pike Prize for the JMR Paper of the Year recognizes excellence in advancing materials knowledge through written scholarship. Focus Issue: Advanced Nanomechanical TestingSubmission deadline: August 14, 2020The goal of this JMR Focus Issue will expand the scope of nanomechanical testing methods beyond classical nanoindentation. MRS Publications Print on DemandTo purchase print-on-demand copies of Journal of Materials Research, please follow this link. Call for Papers: Lead-Free Ferroelectric Materials: Piezoelectric and Dielectric Energy Storage ApplicationsSubmission Deadline: July 31, 2020This JMR Focus Issue will cover the research frontier in lead-free ferroelectric materials from high performance piezoelectrics to high-power energy storage dielectric materials. Call for Papers: BiomaterialsJMR seeks research papers that substantially increase our understanding about the structure-process-property relationships of biomaterials, ranging from materials under in vitro, in vivo, and in silico environments through biomedical applications. Congratulations to John B. Goodenough, The University of Texas at Austin, M.…. 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