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Prof. Boccaccini marks 10 years as Editor-in-Chief of Materials Letters


Prof. Boccaccini marks 10 years as Editor-in-Chief of Materials Letters

In 2020, Prof. Aldo R. Boccaccini celebrates 10 years as Editor-in-Chief (EiC) of (LINK:). The journal is one of the "classical" journals in the field of materials science and engineering, which was founded in 1982 and it has seen a continuous increase of the impact factor (IF) over the years, the current IF is 3.204 with a CiteScore of 5.5. The journal belongs to the , (LINK: https://www.materialstoday.com/journals ) published by Elsevier.

Marking ten years as EiC of Materials Letters, Prof. Boccaccini said: "It is a great honour to be the Editor-in-Chief of Materials Letters, one of the most recognised journals in the materials science field. In the last ten years the journal has continued to grow, in terms of number of papers published and citations received. Indeed our editors' team has grown accordingly – we have now an excellent team of twelve editors and two managing editors – whose expertise covers the most varied areas in the materials field. The journal published 1,650 papers in 2019 with around 50,000 total citations, articles published in Materials Letters were downloaded more than two million times in 2019, highlighting the impact of the journal”.

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Prof. Boccaccini marks 10 years as Editor-in-Chief of Materials Letters

In 2020, Prof. Aldo R. Boccaccini celebrates 10 years as Editor-in-Chief (EiC) of (LINK:). The journal is one of the “classical” journals in the field of materials science and engineering, which was founded in 1982 and it has seen a continuous increase of the impact factor (IF) over the years, the current IF is 3.204 with a CiteScore of 5.5. The journal belongs to the , (LINK: https://www.materialstoday.com/journals ) published by Elsevier.

Marking ten years as EiC of Materials Letters, Prof. Boccaccini said: “It is a great honour to be the Editor-in-Chief of Materials Letters, one of the most recognised journals in the materials science field. In the last ten years the journal has continued to grow, in terms of number of papers published and citations received. Indeed our editors’ team has grown accordingly – we have now an excellent team of twelve editors and two managing editors – whose expertise covers the most varied areas in the materials field. The journal published 1,650 papers in 2019 with around 50,000 total citations, articles published in Materials Letters were downloaded more than two million times in 2019, highlighting the impact of the journal”.

Source: https://www.materialstoday.com/materials-chemistry/news/prof-boccaccini-10-editorinchief/

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Celebrating 100 years of polymer science


Celebrating 100 years of polymer science

The year 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of a milestone paper published in 1920 by Hermann Staudinger (Über Polymerisation. Ber. Dtsch. Chem. Ges. 1920;53:1073–85) in which he introduced the groundbreaking hypothesis of the existence of long chain molecules, consisting of a large number of covalently linked monomeric units. This paper, and Staudinger’s subsequent papers on the topic, can be considered as a foundation of the field of macromolecular chemistry and polymer science.

To celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the 'Macromolecular Hypothesis', Progress on Polymer Science has invited world leaders in polymer science and engineering to share their insights in the form of reviews, trends, or perspectives on the current, past and future developments in macromolecular chemistry. These contributions have been made available in 'open access' format and we, the Editors of Progress in Polymer Science, invite you to explore these perspectives on what the future of the field might hold.

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Celebrating 100 years of polymer science

The year 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of a milestone paper published in 1920 by Hermann Staudinger (Über Polymerisation. Ber. Dtsch. Chem. Ges. 1920;53:1073–85) in which he introduced the groundbreaking hypothesis of the existence of long chain molecules, consisting of a large number of covalently linked monomeric units. This paper, and Staudinger’s subsequent papers on the topic, can be considered as a foundation of the field of macromolecular chemistry and polymer science.

To celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the ‘Macromolecular Hypothesis’, Progress on Polymer Science has invited world leaders in polymer science and engineering to share their insights in the form of reviews, trends, or perspectives on the current, past and future developments in macromolecular chemistry. These contributions have been made available in ‘open access’ format and we, the Editors of Progress in Polymer Science, invite you to explore these perspectives on what the future of the field might hold.

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Source: https://www.materialstoday.com/polymers-soft-materials/news/celebrating-100-years-of-polymer-science/

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China’s coal consumption expected to reach 2.9 billion mt in 2020

Zhang Hong stated that China’s coal consumption in 2020 will likely amount to 2.9 billion mt.

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Zhang Hong, vice secretary of the China National Coal Association (CNCA), stated at the 2020 China Coal and Coke Industry Conference held in Shenzhen that China’s coal consumption in 2020 will likely amount to 2.9 billion mt, while supply and production of coal will basically remain in equilibrium.

As previously reported by SteelOrbis, in the January-September period this year China’s raw coal output amounted to 2.79 billion mt, declining by 0.1 percent year on year. In September alone, China’s raw coal output totaled 330 million mt, down 0.9 percent year on year, 0.8 percentage points bigger than the rate of decline recorded in August.

Source: https://www.steelorbis.com/steel-news/latest-news/chinas-coal-consumption-expected-to-reach-29-billion-mt-in-2020-1169692.htm

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Vehicle output and sales in China expected to fall by four percent in 2020

Chen Shihua has forecast that vehicle output and sales in China in 2020 will likely decrease by around four percent year on year.

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Chen Shihua, vice secretary of the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM), has forecast that vehicle output and sales in China in 2020 will likely decrease by around four percent year on year.

In the January-September period this year, production and sales of automotive vehicles in China totaled 16.957 million units and 17.116 million units, down 6.7 percent and 6.9 percent year on year, according to CAAM. This means that output and sales will gradually rebound in October-December, thereby reducing the decrease rate for the full year to four percent.

However, vehicle output and sales in 2021 will likely increase slightly due to the expected economic growth.

Source: https://www.steelorbis.com/steel-news/latest-news/vehicle-output-and-sales-in-china-expected-to-fall-by-four-percent-in-2020-1169689.htm

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