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Carbon news, March 2015

Alan Leshner joins the Elsevier Materials Science Council

Former CEO of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) joins the Elsevier Materials Science Council.

Elsevier puts data in the spotlight

Data can be shared and reused freely, through some new initiatives now running at Elsevier and the Materials Today family of journals.

Researchers have created new structures that exploit the electromechanical properties of specific nanofibers to stretch to up to seven times their length.

Graphene flakes grown directly onto stainless steel could lead to a new generation of corrosion-resistant metals.

British scientists have designed functionalized nanotubes that can act as both a contrast agent for MRI and as a structure for targeted cancer treatment.

We are very pleased to welcome nominations for awards in the Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer for early-career researchers.

The journal Applied Surface Science is delighted to invite young researchers to apply for the Frans Habraken Best Paper Award.

Researchers have devised a scalable and efficient means of producing Sn-containing carbon nanostructure for Li-ion batteries using a molten salt process.

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