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September 2016
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CURRENT ISSUE - September 2016, Volume 68, Number 9
THIS MONTH’S TECHNICAL THEME:
Environment and Recycling
THIS MONTH'S TECHNICAL TOPICS:

Slag Metallurgy and Metallurgical Waste Recycling * Recent Advances in Forest Products Research and Development * Towards Materials Resource Sustainability

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      SPOTLIGHT NEWS STORIES

September JOM Features Policy Perspectives
A highlight of the September JOM: The Magazine is an opinion article authored by Daniel Gianola and Kevin Hemker, the incoming TMS Vice President, on the importance of supporting nanomaterials research. In a separate article, Jeremy Ward, this year’s TMS/MRS Congressional Fellow, shared his experiences and observations of work on Capitol Hill. The 2017 TMS/Japan Institute of Metals (JIM) International Scholar, Saryu Fensin, also filed her report in this issue on her travels to the JIM Annual Spring Meeting, supported by the TMS Foundation. Finally, Tresa Pollock talks about the future of the Metallurgical and Materials Transactions family of publications as she takes the reins as the new principal editor.



August JOM Kicks Off New Education Series
The August issue of JOM: The Magazine launches an occasional feature series developed by the TMS Education Committee that is intended to share experiences and insights into teaching techniques and innovative classroom projects. The debut feature package consists of two very engaging articles authored by TMS members, Stephen Carr and Janet Callahan, and an introduction to the series penned by Jeffrey Fergus, Professional Development Director of the TMS Board. The August issue also highlights the new TMS Materials Data Infrastructure Study project and study team and previews MS&T16. And, don’t miss this month’s profile on David Laughlin, as he steps down from his long-time role as Met Trans principal editor.


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