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2022 Editor’s Choice Collection

Materials Science at Taylor & Francis

As global leaders in Materials Science publishing, Taylor & Francis is proud to support research that is designed to address many of the greatest needs affecting our global society.

Covering publishing Materials Science High Impact Factor journals, our portfolio is full of evidence based and cutting-edge research to help practitioners and academics accomplish legitimate, objective conclusions and further their own research and knowledge bases.

By publishing Open Access, you can contribute to the open scholarship and accessibility of research worldwide– and help to act as a useful resource to fellow academics who may want to build upon your work. 

Maximize the impact of your materials science research through rapid publication, increased visibility, and discoverability. Our journals have strong editorial boards of prominent and respected academics from diverse regional and institutional backgrounds ready to support your work. 

Explore our 2022 Editor’s Choice Materials Science free to access articles. Get a glimpse into why our journals have a longstanding reputation for publishing high-quality research. 

Illustration of the stimulation of fibroblast proliferation by hyaluronic acid, to reconstitute the dermis and stimulate the angiogeneses of the surrounding vessels.

Self-assisted wound healing using piezoelectric and triboelectric nanogenerator

Hand holding silicon Carbide Crystals

Processing and properties of high entropy carbides

the Materials Science Lab at the University of Washington in Seattle

Our journals focus on research in the areas of functional and structural materials, ceramics, and nanocomposites.

“Using fast-growing and invasive algae as a commercial additive in cement could potentially be a significant breakthrough for the manufacturing of sustainable cementitious materials and lowering of carbon footprint in buildings and infrastructure.”

Dr. Steven Goh, Editor-in-Chief of Australian Journal of Mechanical Engineering
@tandfphysci
Materials Science and Technology is pleased to announce the winning and runner-up article for the annual Literature Review Prize. Gain free access here: https://t.co/GjCfKe5yRx https://t.co/jBCjsCih0J
July 5

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