Materials Today Chemistry now online

The Materials Today family is delighted to announce that the first papers from the new journal Materials Today Chemistry have now been published online. The papers from the first three issues are free to read for the first year, so visit ScienceDirect to explore cutting edge research in the field of materials chemistry.

Materials Today Chemistry and Materials Today Energy where both announced earlier in the year, as the latest additions to the growing Materials Today family. With the flagship Materials Today journal (impact factor 17.7) now accepting original research articles of broad interest to the materials community, the daughter titles Applied Materials Today, Materials Today Chemistry and Materials Today Energy support the parent title through the publication of high impact research of interest in these rapidly developing areas of materials science.

All the daughter titles benefit from rapid production and pagination, with papers added to each volume and issue on acceptance.

Studies in the first issue of Materials Today Chemistry discuss, glucose oxidase-incorporated hydrogel thin film for fast optical glucose detecting under physiological conditions, directed neural stem cell differentiation, TiO2 quasi nanocubes for enhanced photocatalytic hydrogen production activity, molybdenum carbide nanobeads as free-standing hydrogen evolution reaction electrocatalysts, minimally invasive multifunctional porous scaffolds, and much more. Read the articles today.

To discover more about the fabrication of an anti-poisoning core-shell TiO2 photocatalytic system, as recently reported in Materials Today Chemistry, read the news item reported in Materials Today.

To submit to Materials Today Chemistry, visit the journal homepage. Or explore more journals in the Materials Today family, such as Materials Today, Applied Materials Today, Materials Today Energy, Materials Today Communications and Materials Today: Proceedings, via the Journals page.