...the site is designed to be a community resource for the sharing of materials science information in all formats...

Assuming this isn't the first time you've visited MaterialsToday.com (and if it is, welcome), you’ve probably noticed that things on the website look a bit different. Or rather, a lot different.

Over the last 6 months we’ve been working on revamping the look, feel (and most importantly) functionality of the site, to provide you with an improved user experience and the flexibility to include new content types. But don’t worry, all your favorite content is still here, and we’ll be adding much more over the coming days and weeks.

The two biggest differences to the site are in how you access content. You’ll now be able to filter all the content at a sub-discipline level. If you’re only interested in Biomaterials, just hit ‘Biomaterials’. If you’re interested in materials chemistry, tap ‘Materials Chemistry’. The second major difference sees all members content located behind a single registration page. Just register for your free Materials Today account once, and you’ll be able to access all the webinars, whitepapers, featured articles, take part in surveys and competitions, submit abstracts, comment on articles, and more…

You'll now also be able to easily share all content through social media, and on articles and stories.

Plus, the new website now runs seamlessly on all devices – from desktop, to tablet, to phone – so you’ll be able to catch up on the latest developments in materials science wherever you are.

Some of the contents has been moved around – you’ll now find Virtual Conference alongside Webinars; whitepapers and specially selected articles from journals in the MT family can now be found under Features; blogs are now listed in the Comments section; but it’s all still there – along with industry developments in the Product page, and information from journals in the Materials Today family.

But rather than explain the website, take a look and let us know what you think.