Getting ready for another Materials Research Society meeting

It's that time of year again... Holiday decorations in the Prudential Center; the Boston Pops Holiday Concerts; the Fall Materials Research Society meeting in Boston...

There is a chill in the air and holiday lights have begun to appear in Boston. That means it’s time for the Materials Research Society Fall meeting again. This year, we’ve got a lot to talk about.

We’ve got celebrations—including your chance to talk with book and journal Editors—going on every day at booths 125 and 117. So please stop by!

Not only will we be celebrating the launch of Materials Theory, or about how Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging and Materials for Renewable and Sustainable Energy have underwritten three MRS symposia tracks, but we’re also talking about materials science at Springer Nature broadly.

For the open access side of things, we’re also introducing two new Nature Partner Journals, npj 2D Materials and Applications and npj Computational Materials. We’re having a celebration of open access in materials science at our booths (125 and 117) on Tuesday, November 29, from 1-2 PM. And before that, we’re celebrating the launches of these two new partner journals, along side Nature Communications and Scientific Reports.

Those aren’t the only events at the Springer Nature booths. You can see more about our materials science books here; and about our Nano and SpringerMaterials databases.

Remember—we’ve got celebrations—including your chance to talk with book and journal Editors—going on every day at booths 125 and 117. So please stop by!

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