To all Materials Today readers,

It comes with sad news that this will be my last post as the Content Development Manager here at Materials Today. I will now be moving over to Materials Science Books department at Elsevier - so contact me if writing a Materials Science book for Elsevier interests you.

It's been great fun working for such a great community of scientists, researchers, and students all over the world.

I wish you all the best in your future careers/plans.

For now, I will leave you with the Top 10 News from September 2015. Enjoy!

Click on each title to read the best news items:

1. Silicon nitride makes strides towards orthopedics
2. The Materials Science and Engineering Data Challenge
3. A nano-solution to bone tissue engineering?
4. Low-cost catalyst for future fuel cell cars
5. New carbon-based nanomaterials conduct in three dimensions
6. New technique lets scientists view nanoparticles as individuals
7. 2016 Acta Materialia Gold Medal Award - recipient announced
8. Special issue on self-healing polymers
9. Squid suckers produce biopolymer that can be repaired with water
10. New material sheds light on environmental conditions

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All the best,
Zara Preston