JMMR Volume 3, Issue 1 (2020) is now live!

 

We are pleased to announce that Volume 3, Issue 1 (2020) of Journal of Metallic Material Research has been published, and is currently available for download.


The process of collating and peer review for the next issue release has already begun.
If you have any manuscripts on hand that you are looking to have published with us, we would be glad to include it in the next issue. Moreover, if you know of any colleagues, or students under your direction who are looking to publish manuscripts, we would be glad to receive their manuscripts under your recommendation as well.

 
Posted: May 15,2020
 

Happy New Year!

 
 
Posted: December 31,2019
 

JMMR Volume 2, Issue 2 (2019) is now live!

 

We are pleased to announce that Volume 2, Issue 2 (2019) of Journal of Metallic Material Research has been published, and is currently available for download.


The process of collating and peer review for the next issue release has already begun.
If you have any manuscripts on hand that you are looking to have published with us, we would be glad to include it in the next issue. Moreover, if you know of any colleagues, or students under your direction who are looking to publish manuscripts, we would be glad to receive their manuscripts under your recommendation as well.

 
Posted: November 04,2019
 

Breakthrough of electrocatalyst—highly curved PdMo nanosheet

 

Recently, the group of Professor Guo Shaojun in College of Engineering at Peking University developed a novel type of sub-nanometer, highly curved PdMo nanosheet—due to its structural analogy with graphene, it was denoted as PdMo bimetallene, and showed extraordinary electrocatalytic performance toward the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) in alkaline environment. When used as the cathode electrocatalysts, the PdMo nanosheets enable much enhanced changing/discharging performance in Zn-air and Li-air batteries. 


 
Posted: September 29,2019
 

First report of superconductivity in a nickel oxide material

 
Scientists at the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Stanford University have made the first nickel oxide material that shows clear signs of superconductivity -- the ability to transmit electrical current with no loss.The first in a potential new family of unconventional superconductors, its similarity to the cuprates raises hopes that it can be made to superconduct at relatively high temperatures. But the new material seems different from the cuprates in fundamental ways -- for instance, it may not contain a type of magnetism that all the superconducting cuprates have -- and this could overturn leading theories of how these unconventional superconductors work. After more than three decades of research, no one has pinned that down.  
Posted: September 04,2019
 

New coating brings lithium metal battery closer to reality

 
A team of researchers at Stanford University and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory has invented a coating that overcomes some of the battery's defects.The new coating could make lightweight lithium metal batteries safe and long lasting, a boon for development of next-generation electric vehicles.   
Posted: August 28,2019
 

23rd International Conference on Advanced Materials & Nanotechnology

 

The 23rd International Conference on Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology, which is to be held during August 19-20, 2019 at Tokyo, Japan.The theme is “Exploring the Possibilities in the Field of Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology”.

 
Posted: August 16,2019 More...
 

JMMR Volume 2, Issue 1 (2019) is now live!

 
We are pleased to announce that Volume 2, Issue 1 (2019) of Journal of Metallic Material Research has been published, and is currently available for download.  
Posted: August 07,2019
 

Happy New year!

 
 
Posted: January 03,2019
 

Celebrate the birth of the new journal Journal of Metallic Material Research

 
Article Processing Charge (APC) of Journal of Metallic Material Research Has Been Waived For its First 2 Issues  
Posted: November 15,2018 More...
 
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