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November 2015
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CURRENT ISSUE - November 2015, Volume 67, Number 11
Materials for Energy and Extreme Environments

Surfaces and Biointerfaces: Part II * High-Temperature Corrosion of Ni-Base Alloys * Advances in Refractory Metals * Optimizing Energy in Industrial Furnaces * Recycling of Materials


The Role of Biomaterials on Cancer Stem Cell Enrichment and Behavior” by Faride Ordikhani, Yonghyun Kim, Silviya P. Zustiak

Design of Refractory High-Entropy Alloys” by M. C. Gao, C. S. Carney, Ö. N. Dogan, P. D. Jablonksi, J. A. Hawk, D. E. Alman

November JOM: The Magazine Debuts New Feature
The November JOM: The Magazine introduces Opinion: For Your Consideration, a new forum in which JOM readers can express opinions and engage in thoughtful discourse on topics pertaining to JOM coverage areas. (Note that the opinions stated in these articles are the author’s and not those of TMS or the JOM editorial staff.) The first contribution in this occasional series is “Russian Roulette with Rotterdam Convention” by Oladele A. Ogunseitan. For details on contributing to For Your Consideration, visit the Authors Tools section of the JOM website. Also in the November issue, Robert H. Wagoner, TMS Foundation Board of Trustees Chair, provides a review of what has been accomplished two years into the TMS Foundation revitalization, while another article offers a personal introduction to the newest members of the TMS Board of Directors.

October JOM: The Magazine Looks at the Year That Was at TMS
Remember 2014? While it seems distant, the recent TMS Board of Directors’ approval of the society’s 2014 audited financial statements offered the opportunity to look back at the milestones and accomplishments of that very successful and productive year. Read all about it in "Exploring Strategic Priorities: The 2014 TMS Annual Review.” For a look at the TMS future, 2015 TMS President Patrice Turchi outlines some of the society’s plans and activities for the coming year in “Don’t Wonder What You’ll Miss.” Finally, a news article on the TMS Modeling Across Scales study, released in June, gives an update on the professional community’s response to this well-received TMS initiative.

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