Open Access Materials Science
at Taylor & Francis
At Taylor & Francis, we feel strongly about representing a broad range of topics in the materials science journals we publish and disseminating that research as widely as possible. One element that truly propels these journals is open access publication. We are committed to open science and publish a range of fully open journals for materials science research, covering topics ranging from nanomaterials and nanocomposites, to ceramics, to plastics, to monomers, polymers and composites, to catalytic science, to heat treatment and surface engineering.
Open access means rapid publication, and increased visibility and discoverability. This materials science research is available to anyone to read for free, around the world. For our authors, greater visibility results in increased readership and citations, and a chance to make an impact beyond their field. Open access research informs policymakers, media, industry and more.
We welcome you to explore these journals and discover what Taylor & Francis can do for you, your research, and the global materials science community.
Edel Heslin, Portfolio Manager for Materials Science
Find the perfect home for your research
5 reasons to publish with us:
- Get up to 8 times more views for your article by publishing open access.
- Maximize the impact of your research by publishing in a high-quality journal.
- Benefit from a rigorous peer review process.
- Enjoy rapid publication.
- It's easy to submit thanks to format-free submission.
Indexed in ESCI, Scopus, and more
Nanocomposites deals with all aspects of polymeric and ceramic nanocomposites and nano-engineered composites, from nanoparticles, synthesis, morphology, structure, interfacial bonding, ageing, properties and characterization, to potential applications.
New for 2020
European Journal of Materials is a broad-scope journal offering a dynamic open access platform for the publication of high quality research across the breadth of materials science and engineering.