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  "The AAES Conference on Competitiveness, Technology, and the Future of America" (Conference Review), C.A. Bayless, December 1992, pp. 6, 7.

"AAES Reports on Salary Trends in the Engineering Professions" (Professional Affairs), J.J. Robinson, June 1990, p. 8.

"AAES Reports Slight Growth in Engineering Salaries in 1997" (Professional Affairs), T.M. Beazley, January 1998, pp. 10-11.

"AAES Reports the Engineering Salary Trends of 1990" (Professional Affairs), J.J. Robinson, May 1991, pp. 8, 9.

"AAES Reports the Engineering Salary Trends of 1991" (Professional Affairs), J.J. Robinson, May 1992, pp. 8, 9.

"AAES Reports the Engineering Salary Trends of 1992" (Professional Affairs), G.J. Gausman, April 1993, pp. 12, 13.

"AAES Reports the Engineering Salary Trends of 1993" (Professional Affairs), G.J. Gausman, April 1994, pp. 10, 11.

"AAES Reports the Engineering Salary Trends of 1994" (Professional Affairs), T.M. Beazley, May 1995, pp. 12, 13.

"The AAES 2003 Engineering Salary Survey" (Professional Affairs), M. Byko, April 2004, pp. 11-13.

"AAES Survey Reveals Growth in Engineering Salaries in 1996" (Professional Affairs), T.M. Beazley, April 1997, pp. 12, 13.

"The ABCs of Scientific Presentations" (FEATURE: Professional Affairs), E.Z. Chen, December, pp. 16-17.

"Advanced Materials: Shape-Memory Metals" (Commentary), P.K. Liaw, October 2000, p. 35.

"Advanced Materials II: Ultrafine-Grained Materials" (Commentary), P.K. Liaw, March 2001, p. 30.

"The Advanced Processing of Materials" (Commentary), R.Y. Lin, March 1994, p. 22.

"Advances in Lead and Zinc Processing" (Commentary), F. Ojebuoboh, April 2003, p. 18.

"Advances in Melting Technology for High-Temperature Alloys" (Commentary), A.D. Helms and C. M. O’Brien, March 1998, p. 12.

"Advances in Microelectronic Processing" (Commentary), N.M. Ravindra and A. Kumar, June 2001, p. 42.

"Advances in Processing High-Tc Superconductors for Bulk Applications" (Commentary), A. Goyal, December 1994, p. 11.

"Advances in the Extraction, Processing and Application of Refractory Metals" (Commentary), J. Wittenauer and K. Liddell, July 1991, pp. 6-7.

"Advances in the Processing of Bulk and Thin-Film High-Tc Superconductors" (Commentary), P.J. McGinn, March 1991, p. 6.

"Advances in Thermal Management Materials for Electronic Applications" (Commentary), S. Jin, June 1998, p. 46.

"Advancing Our Understanding of Localized Corrosion" (Commentary), R.H. Jones, July 2001, p. 28.

"Advice on Acquiring NDF Funding in Nanomechanics and Surface Engineering" (Overview), Y.W. Chung and K. Chong, October 2004, pp. 36-37.

"Alumina Production in Russia Part I: Historical Background" (Overview), V. Smirnov, August 1996, pp. 24-26.

"Aluminum: Approaching the New Millennium" (Overview), H.A. Øye, N. Mason, R.D. Peterson, N.E. Richards, E.L. Rooy, F.J. Stevens McFadden, R.D. Zabreznik, F.S. Williams, and R.B. Wagstaff, February 1999, pp. 29-42.

"Aluminum Exhibits Its Versatility in Art, Life" (Featured Overview), M. Byko, November 2000, pp. 9-12.

"Aluminum Extrusion Research and Education at RPI" (Education), W.Z. Misiolek and R.N. Wright, February 1993, pp. 24, 25.

"The Analysis of Ancient Glasses Part I: Materials, Properties, and Early European Glass" (History), J. Henderson, November 1995, pp. 62-64.

"The Analysis of Ancient Glasses Part II: Luxury Roman and Early Medieval Glasses" (History), J. Henderson, February 1996, pp. 62-64.

"Analyzing the Metallurgical and Cultural Backgrounds of Two Han-Dynasty Bronze-Mirror Fragments" (History), C. Schulten, H.M. Tensi, and J. Högerl, May 1996, pp. 57-59.

"Ancient Metal-Mirror Making in South India: Analyzing a Mysterious Alloy" (History), S.G.K. Pillai, R.M. Pillai, and A.D. Damodaran, March 1992, pp. 38-40.

"Anisotropy, Elastic Stresses, and Yielding" (END NOTES: Things Other), Harold Margolin, June 2001, p. 64.

"Anna Held Audette: Shedding an Artful Light on Scrap Metal" (Materials World), M. Byko, August 2005, pp. 12-13.

"Anodes and Anode Reactions in Aqueous Electrometallurgy" (Commentary), M.B. Mooiman, March 1993, p. 40.

"JOM-e: The Application of Nondestructive Evaluation Technologies" (Commentary), P.K. Liaw, January 2003, pp. 10-11.

"An Archaeometallurgical Study of Iron Artifacts from Mabotse" (Archaeotechnology), A. Koursaris, S. Hall, and M.R. Grant, May 2007, pp. 22-25.

"Archaeometallurgy and the Analysis of Early Sociotechnical Systems" (History), R.M. Ehrenreich, July 1996, pp. 62-63.

"Are Your Technical Journals an Endangered Species?" (Economics), G.W. Warren and K. Gessesse, January 1995, pp. 12, 13.

"Argonne National Laboratory: Celebrating 50 Years of Research" (Metallurgraphics), T.M. Beazley, July 1996, p. 64.

"The Armored Warriors of Kaya" (History), Y. Pak, January 1995, pp. 38-39.

"ASTRA Provides a Voice for the Physical Sciences" (Government and Policy), Kelly Roncone, June 2001, p. 11.

"Australian Accreditation for Engineers: Part I" (Education), M.J. Lawrence, January 1997, pp. 22, 23.

"Australian Accreditation for Engineers: Part II" (Professional Affairs), M.J. Lawrence, November 1997, pp. 56, 57.

"Bessie Bessemer Furnace and Old Man Steel Re-educate with Performance Steelmaking" (Metallurgraphics: Special Edition), T.M. Beazley, October 1996, pp. 12-14.

"Bethlehem Works Celebrates American Industry with the Aid of the Smithsonian Institute" (Metallurgraphics: Special Edition), T.M. Beazley, November 1997, pp. 14-16.

"Better Materials Can Reduce the Threat from Terrorism" (Opinion), Toni G. Maréchaux, December 2001, pp. 12-13.

"Beyond the Peirce-Smith Converter: Recent Advances in Sulfide Smelting Processes" (Commentary), H.Y. Sohn, August 1994, p. 50.

"Biomaterials: An Emerging Frontier" (Commentary), V.A. Ravi, February 1994, p. 49.

"Bir Umm Fawakhir: Insights into Ancient Egyptian Mining" (History), C. Meyer, March 1997, pp. 64-67.

"Bismuth: The Benign Metal?" (Commentary), J.E. Hoffmann, October 1994, pp. 10-11.

"Boosting Productivity and Quality in Manufacturing," (Professional Affairs), M. Goodfellow, August 1992, pp. 22, 23.

"A Brief History of Composites in the U.S.—The Dream and the Success" (Historical Insight), E.P. Scala, February 1996, pp. 45-48.

"Brimacombe Prize Honors Excellence in the Process Engineering of Materials" (Professional Affairs), K. Roncone Zappas, March 2007, pp. 20.

"Bronze Casters and Gold Workers During Denmark's Bronze Age" (History), J.E. Levy, August 1991, pp. 66-68.

"Building a Better Workforce through Improved MSE Education" (Conference Review), M. Byko, June 2004, pp. 11-13.

"Building Components by Laser-Additive Processing" (Commentary), Khershed P. Cooper, September 2001, p. 29.

"Built to Battle, Robots Test Designers' Mettle" (Overview), Maureen Byko, May 2001, pp. 12-14.

"Bureau of Mines Considers the Status of Advanced Materials" (Conference Review), C.A. Sorrell and L.J. Sousa, June 1990, pp. 30, 31.

"A Call for Experiments" (Forum Features), April 1993, p. 70.

"Carbon Fiber Lightens Up Bicycle Racing" (End Notes: Things Other), M. Byko, February 2005, pp. 80.

"Car Wars: Steelmakers Strike Back" (Commentary), K. Taylor, July 1996, p. 12.

"A Challenge for the 1990s: The Hydrometallurgical Treatment of Wastes and Residues" (Commentary), D. Dreisinger, January 1990, p. 27.

"Challenges and Opprotunities for Women in Science and Engineering" (Professional Affairs), M. Byko, April 2005, pp. 12-15.

"The Changing Profile of Support for Academic R&D over Three Decades" (Feature), Kelly Roncone, October 2002, p. 52.

"The Characterization of Complex Heterostructure Materials" (Commentary), J.M. Parsey, Jr., September 1994, p. 49.

"Characterizing Ancient Iron Pieces from La Olmeda" (FEATURE: Archaeotechnology), J.M. Salazar and A. Soria, December 2000, pp. 15-17.

"Characterizing and Fabricating Materials for Blue Emission" (Commentary), J.M. Parsey, September 1997, pp. 17, 83.

"Characterizing Potential Materials for Bio-Applications: A High School Perspective" (Feature), Chris Kroetch, February 2001, pp. 44-46.

"Characterizing the Process-Property Relationships in High-Tc Superconductors" (Commentary), P.J. McGinn, June 1990, p. 9.

"Child's Play: Using the Internet to Learn about Science and Engineering" (Materials World), K. Roncone, October 2005, pp. 12-15.

" The China Factor: Aluminum Industry Impact" (Industrial Insight), W.H. Hunt, Jr., September 2004, pp. 21-24.

"CIS Al and the Environment: Opportunity or Threat?" (Opinion), P. Jones, June 1992, p. 6.

"Cleaning Copper and Ni/Co Slags: The Technical, Economic, and Environmental Aspects" (Commentary), N.L. Piret, August 2000, p. 18.

"Cold-Weather Gold Heap-Leaching Operational Methods" (Overview), K.E. Smith, April 1997, pp. 20-23.

"Combustion Processes in Pyrometallurgy" (Commentary), Robert L. Stephens, May 2001, p. 15.

"Coming Soon—An EIT for Metallurgists" (Material Matters), M.E. Schlesinger, April 1995, p. 77.

"Commission Examines How Science and Technology Advice is Supplied and Used by Government" (Forum Features), G.J. Gausman, October 1993, pp. 66, 67.

"Communicating with the Media: A Guide for Young Scientists" (End Notes), K. Roncone Zappas, March 2007, p. 80.

"Communicating Science and Technology with a Nonscientific Audience" (Feature), M. Byko, February 2004, pp. 18-19.

"Composite Interfacial Reactions" (Commentary), R.Y. Lin, March 1993, p. 20.

"Composites Have Merit: A New Boy Scout Badge Focuses on Materials" (End Notes), K. Roncone, November 2006, p. 104.

"Congressional Visit Days: Your Chance to Be an Advocate for MSE" (Government), W.H. Hung, Jr. and I. Anderson, January 2004, p. 16.

"Considering Future Directions in Structural Materials" (Commentary), V.A. Ravi and D.R. Lesuer, August 1993, p. 39.

"Considering the Impetus for the Bronze-to-Iron Transition in Prehistoric Britain" (History), R.M. Ehrenreich, July 1990, pp. 36-38.

"The Consolidation Processing of Powder Materials" (Commentary), M.G. McKimpson and J. Sears, August 1995, p. 25.

"Converting Trivia to Cash: Alchemists Win the First TMS Materials Bowl" (End Notes), M. Byko, June 2007, pp. 64.

"Copper Recycling: How Trade and the Environment Will Shape the Future" (Opinion), A.B. Silber, February 1997, pp. 38, 39.

"Corrections," July 2005, p. 5.

"Cost-Effective Process Modeling: Are We There Yet?" (Commentary), S.C. Jain, September 1994, p. 16.

"Counterterrorism and Materials Research and Engineering: Planning, Challenges, and Opportunities" (Overview), L. Sloter, February 2003.

"Creep in Multi-Component Materials Systems" (Commentary), I. Dutta, January 2003, p. 14.

"Critical Issues in the Reform of the Mining Law in the United States" (1995 Review of Extractive Metallurgy), R.E. Eggert, April 1995, pp. 44-45.

"Crossing Borders to Engineer a Better Future, Part I: From Canada to Africa" (End Notes: Things Other), B. Baker, July 2004, p. 72.

"Crossing Borders to Engineer a Better Future, Part II: The Lightbulb Moment" (End Notes: Things Other), B. Baker, August 2004, p. 72.

"Crossing Borders to Engineer a Better Future, Part III: Are You at Peace?" (End Notes: Things Other), B.G. Baker, September 2004, p. 72.

"Cultivating Cooperative R&D on Refractory Metals in Russia" (International Insight), B.D. Bryskin, January 1997, p. 32.

"Current Developments in Electronic Packaging Materials" (Commentary), J. Glazer, June 1991, p. 7.

"The Decorative Bell Capital of the Delhi Iron Pillar" (History), R. Balasubramaniam, March 1998, pp. 40-47.

"Defects and Interfaces in Electronic Materials" (Commentary), D.C. Paine, March 1994, p. 46.

""Defining the Core Materials Curriculum" (Education), M.A. Crimp and A.D. Rollett, October 1997, p. 10.

"Demand for Engineers May Exceed Supply of College Graduates" (Feature), Maureen Byko, February 2001, p. 43.

"Design Education in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering" (Conference Review), M.E. Schlesinger and D.E. Mikkola, December 1993, pp. 11-13.

"Design Squad: Engineering Meets Reality Television" (End Notes, K. Roncone Zappas, February 2007, p. 96.

"Designer Meshes Metallurgy with Fashion" (Metallurgraphics), T.M. Beazley, November 1998, pp. 26-27.

"Designers Make Their Mark with Computer Chips" (Feature), Maureen Byko, June 2001, pp. 12-13.

"Designing DRA Composites for High Creep Strength" (Overview), R.S. Mishra, November 1999, pp. 65-68.

"Developing Careers and Making Connections: The TMS Student Member Experience"(Professional Affairs), K. Roncone, August 2005, pp. 18-20.

"Developing, Integrating, and Sharing Web-Based Resources for Materials Education" (JOM-e: Overview), D.J.M. Clark, May 1998.

"Developing Lead-Free Solders: A Challenge and Opportunity" (Commentary), S. Jin, July 1993, p. 13.

"Developing Sensors for Multifunctional Applications" (Commentary), A. Kumar and N.M. Ravindra, October 2000, p. 14.

"The Development of Ancient Mesoamerican Metallurgy" (History), D. Hosler, May 1990, pp. 44-46.

"Developments in the Packaging of Aluminum Alloys" (Commentary), J.G. Morris, June 1996, p. 17.

"The Development of Plumbate Ceramic Ware in Southern Mesoamerica" (History), H. Neff, March 1995, pp. 52-56.

"The Development of Titanium Science and Technology in India" (Overview), S. Rao, June 1997, pp. 44-46, 69.

"Dimensionally Stable Solders for Optoelectronics and Microelectronics" (Commentary), H. Mavoori, June 2000, p. 29.

"Discontinuously Reinforced Aluminum: Current Status and Future Direction" (Commentary), B. Maruyama and W.H. Hunt, Jr., November 1999, pp. 59-61.

"The Discovery and Acceptance of the Kirkendall Effect: The Result of a Short Research Career" (Historical Insight), H. Nakajima, June 1997, pp. 15-19.

"Do Science and Politics Miz? TMS Uses CVD to Promote Federal MSE Funding" (End Notes), K. Roncone, July 2005, p. 82.

"DOE Follows Roadmap to Al Technologies of the Future" (Government and Policy), J. Altdorfer, November 2000, pp. 19-25.

"DOE Roadmap toward Innovations in the Aluminum Industry" (Government), J.J. Robinson, May 1998, p. 33.

"The Domain of Functional Coatings and Beyond" (Commentary), Narendra B. Dahotre and Sudipta Seal, September 2001, p. 43.

"Drexel's E4 Project: An Enhanced Educational Experience in Engineering" (Education: Special Report—Part II), D.H. Thomas and A. Lawley, March 1991, pp. 32-37.

"The Early Use of Metal by Native Americans on the Northwest Coast" (History), M.L. Wayman, July 1993, pp. 60-64.

"Education, Employment, and Sustainable Development in the European Union" (Education), I. Gaballah, A. Dufourg, and D. Tondeur, November 2002, pp. 24-32.

"Educational Approaches to Teaching Introductory Courses" (Conference Review), T.M. Beazley, May 1998, pp. 22-23.

"Educators Lead Increases in 1998 U.S. Engineering Salaries" (Feature: Professional Affairs), T.M. Beazley, March 1999, pp. 10-11.

"Educators' Workshops on Standard Experiments in MSE" (Education), J.A. Jacobs, June 1990, p. 29.

"The Effective Minimization and Processing of Nuclear Waste" (Commentary), B. Mishra, July 1997, p. 13.

"The Effects of Convection During Solidification Processing" (Commentary), S. Viswanathan, March 1997, p. 12.

"Eight Steps to Meet Technology Challenges Facing U.S. Industry" (Opinion), P.E. Queneau, June 1990, p. 33.

"Elevated-Temperature Deformation Mechanisms and Tensile Ductility" (Commentary), E.M. Taleff, January 1999, p. 33.

"Emerging Sensors for the Intelligent Processing of Materials" (Commentary), J.C. Malas and S. Venugopal, September 1996, p. 15.

"Emerging Technologies for Metals Production" (Commentary), Uday Pal, October, p. 25.

"Emerging Trends in Process Modeling and Manufacture" (Commentary), S.C. Jain, February 1990, p. 15.

"Engineering Criteria 2000: The ABET Vision for Change" (Education), G.D. Peterson, September 1996, pp. 12-14.

"Engineering Education in a Global Community I: Japan" (Education), T. Kishi, August 1995, p. 68.

"Engineering Education in a Global Community II: Canada" (Education), A. Meisen, September 1995, pp. 18-21.

"Engineering Education in a Global Community III: China" (Education), C. Baolu and L. Fuqi, November 1995, p. 61.

"Engineering Education in a Global Community IV: Hungary and Eastern Europe" (Education), P. Tardy, December 1995, p. 48.

"Engineering Education in a Global Technical Community" (Conference Review), C.J. McHargue and M.J. Yacamán, July 1995, pp. 14-16.

"Engineering Education Trends: Finding the Story behind the Numbers" (End Notes: Things Other), M. Byko, May 2004, p. 72.

"Enhancing Cobalt Recovery from Primary and Secondary Resources" (Commentary), N.L. Piret, October 1998, pp. 42-43.

"Environmental Effects on Intermetallics, Ceramics, and Composites" (Commentary), R.H. Jones, December 1993, p. 14.

"Epitaxy: The Key to High-Performance Semiconductor Devices" (Commentary), J.M. Parsey, Jr., December 1995, p. 24.

"Europe's East-West Symposium on Materials and Processes" (Conference Review), F.H. Froes, April 1992, pp. 6, 7.

"Everything You Need to Know about Being a Manager but Never Learned in College" (JOM-e: Overview), N. Bahtishi, June 1999.

"Evidence of a New, Value-Added Materials Paradigm" (Opinion), L.J. Sousa, June 1993, pp. 9-11.

"The Evolution of the Materials Science Profession and Professional over the Past 50 Years" (Overview), J. Weertman, February 2007, pp. 18-19.

"Examining Issues in Alloy Stability and Design" (Commentary), P.R. Subramanian, July 1998, p. 36.

"An Excerpt from JOM's Monograph on the Emergence of Titanium and Ti-6Al-4V" (Feature: Historical Insight), S. Abkowitz, June 1999, pp. 14-16.

"Expanding the Application of Ceramic-Matrix Composites" (Commentary), P.K. Liaw, October 1995, p. 29.

"Experts Consider the Future of Electronic Materials" (Forum Roundtable), March 1995, pp. 64-65.

"Extractive and Process Metallurgy in Waste Minimization" (Commentary), Patrick R. Taylor, January 2001, p. 14

"Fabricating the Weapons and Armor of The Lord of the Rings" (The Arts), M. Byko, November 2002, pp. 20-23.

"Fifty Years of Defending the Nation at Home and Abroad" (Overview), A.D. Romig, Jr., February 2003.

"Flash Smelting and Converting Furnaces: A 50 Year Retrospect" (Historical Insight), I.V. Kojo, A. Jokilaakso, and P. Hanniala, February 2000, pp. 57-61.

"Following in Their Footsteps: Tales from Materials Science and Engineering Families" (Proffesional Affairs). K. Roncone, February 2006, pp. 22-25.

"Forecasting Trends in Al Manufacturing and Marketing" (Industrial Insight), T.M. Beazley, November 1995, pp. 26-27.

"Four Days at MS&T '05: One Editor Tries Blogging on the "H" Word, Nano, Bio, Sensors, Muterials, and CSI" (Opinion), J.J. Robinson, November 2005, pp. 31-34.

"From Electric Corsets to Self-Cleaning Trousers: The Materials Science and Engineering of Clothing"

"From the Open Pit to the Open Market: Minerals Find Added Value as Collectibles" (Materials World), M. Byko, October 2006, pp. 11-13.

"From Patten Formation to Patents: Life after Materials Research" (End Notes: Lifestyles), S. Marsh, August 2003, p. 64.

"Frontiers in the Aqueous Processing of Materials" (Commentary), M.B. Mooiman, June 1994, p. 17.

"Functional Coatings and Their Applications: A Web Perspective" (Commentary), N.B. Dahotre, January 2000, p. 14.

"Functional Metal, Ceramic, and Composite Prototypes by Solid Freeform Fabrication" (Commentary), K.R. Vaidyanathan, December 2000, p. 30.

"GATT Brings Major Changes in U.S. Patent Law" (Material Matters), D.V. Radack, May 1995, p. 79.

"Glassmaking in Renaissance Italy: The Innovation of Venetian Cristallo" (History), W.P. McCray, May 1998, pp. 14-19.

"The Global Lithium Industry: A Portrait of Rapid Flux" (Economics), P.W. Harben and G.H. Edwards, June 1997, pp. 21, 22, 68.

"Global Trends in Engineering Practice and Education" (Education), A. Meisen, August 1996, pp. 16-19.

"Government Nanotechnology Funding: An International Outlook" (Government), M.C. Roco, September 2002, pp. 22-23.

"The Government Is Here to Help: A Small Business Perspective" (Industrial Insight), W.H. Hunt, Jr., December 2004, pp. 14-19.

"Government Views on U.S. Competitiveness, Technology, and Productivity" (Conference Review), D.J. Dougherty, March 1994, pp. 20, 21.

"Growing Faith in Managerial Leadership: A Prospect for Change in Australian Workplaces" (Industrial Insight), C.G. Thorne, May 1997, pp. 13, 14.

"The High-Strain-Rate Deformation and Fracture of Materials" (Commentary), B. Pletka, May 1995, p. 54.

"High-Strength, Corrosion-Resistant Aerospace Aluminum Alloys" (Commentary), W.E. Frazier, January 2003, p. 44.

"High-Tc Superconductivity's Potential Impact on Copper" (Opinion), M. Rieber, March 1992, pp. 16-19.

"High-Temperature Corrosion and Erosion in Gas Turbine Engines—Where Do We Stand?" (Commentary), V. Srinivasan, December 1994, p. 34.

"High-Temperature Superconductivity—Ten Years After the Discovery" (Commentary), P.J. McGinn, October 1997, p. 11.

"The Historical Development of Our Understanding of Fracture" (Historical Insight), G.R. Irwin, July 1997, pp. 38-40, 83.

"The History and Archaeology of Materials Symposium" (Commentary), G.J. Hildeman, May 2006, p. 19.

"The History and Future of CIS's All-Union Institute for Light Alloys" (Conference Review), F.H. Froes, November 1992, pp. 42, 43.

"The History Channel Looks at the "Modern Marvels" of Heavy Metals" (Materials World, M. Byko, September 2006, pp. 12-15.

"A Hopi Tradition: Yellow Firing Ceramics" (History), V. Canouts and R. Bishop, September 1995, pp. 58-59.

"The Horse-That-Never-Was Makes Triumphant Return to Milan " (End Notes: Things Other), T.M. Beazley, September 1999, p. 48.

"The Hot Deformation of Aluminum Alloys" (Commentary), Thomas R. Bieler, L.A. Lalli, and S.R. MacEwen, June 1998, pp. 14-15.

"The Impact of Metals on Society Part I: Antiquity" (Historical Insight), R.L. Smith, April 1998, pp. 66-67.

"The Impact of Metals on Society Part II: Ancient Conflict" (Historical Insight), R.L. Smith, May 1998, pp. 20-21.

"The Impact of Metals on Society Part III: The Punic Wars" (Historical Insight), R.L. Smith, July 1998, pp. 48-50.

"The Impact of Metals on Society Part IV: Rome" (Historical Insight), R.L. Smith, August 1998, pp. 48-49.

"The Impact of Metals on Society Part V: Spain to 1500" (Historical Insight), R.L. Smith, October 1998, pp. 75-76.

"The Impact of Metals on Society Part VI: The New World" (Feature: Historical Insight), R.L. Smith, March 1999, pp. 12-13.

"The Impact of Metals on Society Part VIII: Europe" (Feature: Historical Insight), R.L. Smith, June 1999, pp. 10-11.

"The Impact of Metals on Society Part IX: United States" (Feature: Historical Insight), R.L. Smith, October 1999, pp. 40-41.

"The Impact of Metals on Society Part X: Brazil" (Feature: Historical Insight), R.L. Smith, November 1999, pp. 23-24.

"The Impact of Metals on Society Part XI: Australia Part I" (Feature: Historical Insight), R.L. Smith, March 2000, pp. 12-13.

"The Impact of Metals on Society Part XII: Australia Part 2" (Feature: Historical Insight), R.L. Smith, April 2000, pp. 41,47.

"The Impact of the New Congress on U.S. Materials Policy" (Conference Review), R.A. Laudise, June 1995, pp. 12-13.

"Implications for National Policy" (JOM-e), T. Marichaux, June 2005.

"Implications for Corporate Research Management" (JOM-e), D. Chong, June 2005.

"Implications for National Laboratories" (JOM-e), L. Horton, June 2005.

"Implications for Government Agencies" (JOM-e), S. Johnson, June 2005.

"Implications for Universities" (JOM-e), H. Rack, June 2005.

"Implications for the Electronics Industry" (JOM-e), D. Frear, June 2005.

"Implications for the Manufacturing Industry" (JOM-e), D. Apelian, June 2005.

"Implications for Materials Societies" (JOM-e), B. Mishra, June 2005.

"Improving Materials Properties and Performance through Grain Boundary Engineering" (Commentary), W.E. Reitz, February 1998, p. 39.

"Improving U.S.-Japanese Bilateral Relationships" (Forum International), J. Szekely, May 1991, pp. 55-56.

"In the Aerospace Materials Processing Field, 'Everything Old is New Again'" (Commentary), D.L. Bourell and W.E. Frazier, November 1992, p. 44.

"Industrial Applications of Solidification Technology" (Commentary), S. Viswanathan, March 1996, p. 19.

"Inert Anodes and Other Technology Changes in the Aluminum Industry—The Benefits, Challenges, and Impact on Present Technology" (Commentary), Les Edwards and Halvor K vande, May 2001, p. 28.

"INFOMAT: The International Materials Assessment and Application Centre's Internet Gateway" (Feature), C.L. Branquinho and L. Taveres Colodete, August 2004, pp. 10-13.

"Initial Experiments on Arsenical Bronze Production" (FEATURE: Archaeotechnology), B. Earl and A. Adriaens, March 2000, pp. 14-16.

"In the Final Analysis" J.J. Robinson, 2007, fourth editorial page of every issue except: February 2007, p. 2.

"In the Final Analysis" J.J. Robinson, 2006, fourth editorial page of every issue except: March 2006, p. 2; June 2006, p. 2; September 2006, p. 2; October 2006, p. 2.

"In the Final Analysis," J.J. Robinson, 2005, fourth editorial page of every issue except: May 2005, p. 2; June 2005, p. 2; July 2005, p. 2; August 2005, p. 2; November 2005, p. 2.

"In the Final Analysis," J.J. Robinson, 2004, fourth editorial page of every issue except: June 2004, p. 2; July 2004, p. 2.

"In the Final Analysis," J.J. Robinson, 2003, fourth editorial page of every issue.

"In the Final Analysis," J.J. Robinson, 2002, January-July, September-October, December, p. 4; August, p. 5; November, p. 2.

"In the Final Analysis," J.J. Robinson, 1999-2001, second editorial page of every issue.

"In the Final Analysis," J.J. Robinson, 1998, January, p. 2; February, p. 4; March-April, p. 2; May, p. 4; June-July, p. 2; August, p. 3; September-October, p. 2; November, p. 4; December, p. 2.

"In the Final Analysis," J.J. Robinson, 1997, January-March, p. 2; April, p. 4; May-September, p. 2; October, p. 3; November-December, p. 2.

"In the Final Analysis," J.J. Robinson, 1990-1996, second editorial page of every issue.

"Innovations in Smelter Gas Control" (Commentary), R.L. Stephens, May 1999, p. 35.

"Ion Exchange Resins in the Gold Industry" (Commentary), Virginia S.T. Ciminelli, October 2002, pp. 35-36.

"The Institute for the Study of Metals: The First 15 Years" (Historical Insight), O.J. Kleppa, January 1997, pp. 18-21.

"Intellectual Property Models for Collaborative Research and Development" (JOM-e: Overview), P. Ziarnik, June 1999.

"Intermetallic Alloys and Their Composites: The Promise and Challenges Remain" (Commentary), J.M. Sanchez and P.K. Liaw, May 1993, p. 36.

"International Cooperation and High-Performance Reduction in Siberia" (Industrial Insight), V.A. Kryukovski, G.A. Sirasutdinov, J. Klein, and G. Peychal-Heiling, February 1994, pp. 23-25. (Correction printed in June 1994, p. 63.)

"The Interplay of Bronze and Ritual in Ancient Southwest China" (History), R.E. Murowchick, February 1990, pp. 44-47.

"Introducing the Nominees for the Greatest Materials Moments in History" (Materials World), J.J. Robinson, November 2006, pp. 51-55.

"Introducing TMS OnLine: An Interactive Electronic Gateway to Information Dissemination" (Professional Affairs), J.J. Robinson, October 1993, pp. 10-13.

"An Introduction to TMS Letters" (End Notes: Things Other), D. Thoma, February 2004, p. 80.

"Iron versus Bronze for Edge Tools and Weapons: A Metallurgical View" (Metallurgraphics), J.E. Rehder, August 1992, pp. 42-46.

"Is 'No-Choice' the Choice for Future Metallurgical PE Exams?" (Material Matters), M.E. Schlesinger, March 1995, p. 63.

"Is It Time to Throw in the Towel on Advanced Materials?" (Commentary), F.H. Froes, March 1995, p. 12.

"Is the Use of Advanced Materials in Sports Equipment Unethical?" (Featured Overview), F.H. Froes, February 1997, pp. 15-19.

"JOM-e: Issues and Opportunities in Homeland Security" (Conference Review), T. Maréchaux, February 2003, pp. 17, 19-21.

"Issues in High-Volume Compound Semiconductor Epitaxy" (Commentary), John M. Parsey, Jr., August 1998, pp. 32-33.

"It Started in Wilkes-Barre—AIME Celebrates 125th Anniversary" (History), T.M. Beazley, February 1996, pp. 16-17.

"A Japanese Center of Excellence: The Institute for Advanced Materials Processing (Sozaiken) of Tohoku University" (Forum International), N.J. Themelis, January 1994, pp. 66-68.

"The Joining of Powder Metallurgy Structural Alloys" (Commentary), M.G. McKimpson, July 1994, p. 40.

"JOM-e: Magnetic Materials in Electronic Applications" (Commentary), J.M. Parsey, Jr., June 2000, p. 16.

"The Journal Talks with 1990 TMS President Bert Westwood," February 1991, pp. 50-51.

"The Journal Talks with 1991 TMS President Ronald E. Miller," February 1992, pp. 64-65.

"The Journal Talks with 1992 TMS President Gordon Geiger," March 1993, pp. 66-67.

"The Journal Talks with 1993 President J. Keith Brimacombe," March 1994, pp. 70-71.

"The Journal Talks with 1994 TMS President Lionel C. Kimerling," February 1995, pp. 74-75.

"The Journal Talks with 1995 TMS President Paul G. Campbell," February 1996, pp. 72-73.

"The Journal Talks with 1996 TMS President Bruce Wessels" (Interview), February 1997, pp. 78-79.

"The Journal Talks with 1997 TMS President Robert H. Wagoner" (Interview), February 1998, pp. 70-71.

"The Journal Talks with 2003 TMS President Dan Thoma," February 2004, pp. 15-16.

"The Journal Talks with 2005 TMS PResident Tresa Pollock" (Commentary), February 2006, pp. 20-21.

"The Journal Talks with the Bureau of Mines' T S Ary," April 1990, pp. 70-71.

"The Journal Talks with Congress's Robert S. Walker and George E. Brown, Jr." (Interview), June 1995, pp. 16-19.

"The Journal Talks with NSF Acting Director and NIST Director Arden L. Bement, Jr. (Feature), May 2004, pp. 18-19.

"The Journal Talks with NIST Director William Jeffrey" (Feature), October 2005, pp. 18-19.

"The Journal Talks with TMS Executive Directors Alexander Scott and Warren H. Hunt, Jr." (Interview), July 2006, pp. 12-13.

"The Journal Talks with TMS President Robert W. Bartlett," February 1990, pp. 60-61.

"The Journal Talks with U.S. Bureau of Mines Director Rhea L. Graham" (1995 Review of Extractive Metallurgy), April 1995, pp. 42-43.

"The Journal Talks with U.S. Bureau of Mines Director Rhea L. Graham" (1995 Review of Extractive Metallurgy), April 1995, pp. 42-43.

"The Journal Talks with the U.S. Department of Defense's John H. Hopps, Jr." April 2004, pp. 14-15.

"Keeping Engineering and Science Students on Course" (Education: Special Report—Part I), J.J. Robinson, March 1991, pp. 29-31.

"The Key to the Future of Materials: Interdisciplinarity" (Conference Review), L.V. Azroff, February 1991, pp. 27-29.

"The Key Role of Impurities in Ancient Damascus Steel Blades" (History), J.D. Verhoeven, A.H. Pendray, and W.E. Dauksch, September 1998, pp. 58-64.

"Kid Geniuses: Fame, Fortune, and Science Fairs" (Overview), M. Byko, September 2004, pp. 13-16.

"Kids' Stuff: Science that Entertains and Informs" (Education), Kelly Roncone, January 2002, pp. 11-15.

"Kosovo Mining, Metallurgy, and Politics: Eight Centuries of Perspective" (Archaeotechnology), Milovan Vukovic and Ari Weinstein, May 2002, pp. 21-24.

"Lead-Free Solders and Processing Issues in Microelectronics" (Commentary), Raymond A. Fournelle, June 2003, p. 49.

"Let's Be Upbeat on Advanced Materials!" (Commentary), F.H. Froes, July 1996, p. 35.

"Letters to the Editor," July 1990, pp. 50-51; March 1991, pp. 29-31; July 1991, p. 58; December 1991, pp. 47-48; March 1992, pp. 55-57; November 1992, p. 67; January 1993, p. 64; March 1993, pp. 71-72; August 1993, p. 69; November 1993, p. 79; February 1994, p. 71; June 1994, p. 63; October 1994, p. 68; November 1994, p. 86; December 1994, p. 62; June 1995, pp. 3-4; September 1995, pp. 3-4; April 1996, pp. 3-4; July 1996, pp. 3-4; October 1996, pp. 3-4; January 1997, pp. 3, 4; June 1997, pp. 4, 5; August 1997, pp. 6, 8; November 1997, pp. 4, 5; February 1998, pp. 6, 8; August 1998, pp. 6-7; November 1998, p. 12; April 1999, p. 2; August 1999, p. 2; November 1999, pp. 2, 4, 10; November 2000, pp. 2-3; February 2002, pp. 6-7; August 2002, p. 8; April 2003, pp. 6-8; January 2004, pp. 8-9, 39; July 2005, pp. 4-5; July 2005, pp. 4-5; June 2006, pp. 4-5; March 2007, p. 3.

"Letter to the Readers," October 1994, p. 68.

"Life-Prediction Technology for Aging Plants and Structural Components" (Commentary), P.K. Liaw, February 1992, pp. 32, 33.

"Lightweight Materials for Transportation Applications" (Commentary), D.R. Lesuer and G.J. Kipouros, July 1995, p. 17.

"A Little-Known Extractive Process: Iron Smelting in Natural-Draft Furnaces" (History), D. Killick, April 1991, pp. 62-64.

"The Long-Term Significance of the CIS Aluminum Industry" (Opinion), R.G. Adams, August 1993, pp. 21-22.

"Looking Beyond the Last 50 Years: The Future of Materials Science and Engineering" (Overview), D. Apelian, February 2007, pp. 65-73.

"The Lost-Wax Casting of Icons, Bells, and Other Items in South India" (Feature), R.M. Pillai, S.G.K. Pillai, and A.D. Damodaran, October 2002, pp. 12-16.

"Low-Dimensional Structures and Interface Stability" (Commentary), D.C. Paine and B.W. Wessels, February 1993, p. 45.

"Magnesium: Evolving as a Technology and as a TMS Committee" (Professional Affairs), B.R. Powell, November 2003, p. 21.

"Magnesium Technology: Hand-in-Hand with the Industry" (Commentary), Mihriban O. Pekguleryuz, August 2002, p. 17.

"Managing Research and Development under Multicompany Collaboration" (JOM-e: Overview), J.P. Reimann, June 1999.

"Managing the Santa Rosa Open-Pit, Heap-Leach Gold Project" (Overview), R.R. Fernández, R. Martin, and D. Bikerman, April 1997, pp. 15-17.

"Manufacturing the American Ax: Radical Technological Change" (History), T.L. Sanders, May 1997, pp. 61-65.

"Manufacturing Fifth Century B.C. Certosa Brooches" (Feature: Archaeotechnology), M.R. Pinasco, E. Stagno, M.G. Ienco, P. Piccardo, R. Macellari, and F. Fiori, June 2000, pp. 13-15.

"Marking JOM’s 50th Anniversary with a Look at the Journal’s Origins" (End Notes: Things Other), E. Kirkendall, January 1999, p. 52.

"Material Condition Monitoring for Stress-Corrosion Cracking" (Commentary), R.H. Jones, December 1990, p. 6.

"Materials Courses for Student Engineers in the 1990s" (Education), L.H. Van Vlack, January 1990, pp. 6-8.

"Materials Give Roller Coaster Enthusiasts a Reason to Scream" (Overview), Maureen Byko, May 2002, pp. 16-20.

"Materials Issues in Light Water Reactors" (Commentary), K. Linga Murty, July 2001, p. 8.

"Materials Issues in the Multichip Module Packaging of Electronics" (Commentary), D.B. Knorr, D.R. Frear, and W.L. Winterbottom, July 1992, p. 7.

"The Materials Issues of the WTC Assault" (Special Report), Thomas Eagar and Christopher Musso, December 2001, pp. 8-11.

"Materials Manhandling in the Mining and Smelting Industries" (1997 Review of Extraction & Processing), W.K. Johanssen, April 1997, pp. 53-57.

"Materials, Processing, and Reliability Issues for PWB Assemblies" (Commentary), D.R. Frear and W.L. Winterbottom, June 1995, p. 26.

"Materials Research in Europe: Mapping Excellence and Looking Ahead" (Overview), G. Schumacher, D. Tunger, A. Smith, S. Preston, and B. Knott, February 2007, pp. 75-77.

"Mathematically Modeling Mesoscale Microstructural Evolution" (Commentary), B. Pletka and L.-Q. Chen, December 1996, p. 12.

"MatML: An XML for Standardizing Web-Based Materials Property Data" (END NOTES: Things Other), E.F. Begley and C.P. Sturrock, July 2000, p. 56.

"Mayan Mars: TMS Member Mixes Science Fact and Fiction in New Novel" (End Notes), M. Byko, December 2005, p. 88.

"The Mechanical Behavior of High-Temperature Materials" (Commentary), P.K. Liaw, April 1999, p. 14.

"The Mechanical Properties of In-Situ Composites: An Introduction and Speculation" (Commentary), D.L. Davidson, August 1997, p. 34.

"Medieval Bronzes of the Himalayan Mountain Kingdoms" (History), C.L. Reedy, December 1991, pp. 6-9.

"Megatrends in Manufacturing IV: Perspectives on Metalworking and the Government's Role" (Conference Review), J.J. Robinson, June 1995, pp. 20-21.

"Melting and Sintering Platinum in the 18th Century: The Secret of the Spanish" (Feature: Archaeotechnology), J.A. Pero-Sanz Elorz, J.I. Verdeja-González, J.P. Sancho-Martínez, and N. Vilela, October 1999, pp. 9-12, 41.

"Metallurgical Issues in Microelectronics" (Commentary), J.M. Parsey, Jr., March 1999, p. 14.

"Metallurgy and Materials Research in Mexico" (Forum International), M.J. Yacamán, January 1995, pp. 52, 53.

"Metallurgy vs. the Environment: The Case of the Texas Copper Corporation" (Opinion), H.H. Kellogg, August 1993, pp. 32-34.

"Microstructural Evolution during the Hot Working of Superalloys" (Commentary), S.L. Semiatin and T.R. Bieler, January 1999, p. 13.

"Microtextural Mineralogical Applications in the Materials and Processing Industries" (Commentary), A.M. Hagni, April 2000, p. 13.

"Mining Communities in History: An Industrial Legacy" (History), R.M. Ehrenreich, December 1996, pp. 54-56.

"Mining and Metallurgical Delegation Visits Russia" (1994 Review of Extractive Metallurgy), W.M. Mueller, April 1994, p. 37.

"The Miracles of Exodus: A Materials Science Approach to Biblical Study" (End Notes: Things Other), M. Byko, January 2004, p. 64.

"Modeling the Evolution of Microstructure during the Processing of Maraging Steels" (Research Summary), Z. Guo, W. Sha, and E.A. Wilson, March 2004, pp. 62-66.

"Modeling the Micromechanical Aspects of Composites" (Commentary), P.K. Liaw and N. Yu, September 1996, p. 43.

"The Modern Blacksmith: Metalworker, Craftsperson, Historical Re-enactor" Feature, Maureen Byko, October 2002, pp. 17-20.

"The (Mostly Improbable) Materials Science and Engineering of the Star Wars Universe" (Feature), M. Byko, May 2005, pp. 12-18.

"The Multidisciplinary Character of Alloy Science" (Commentary), A. Meike and K. Rajan, July 2000, p. 13.

"Multimedia Tutorials for an Introductory Course on the Science of Engineering Materials" (JOM-e: Overview), C.J. McMahon, Jr., and R. Weaver, May 1998.

"Myths and Oversimplifications in Material Science" (Arcanus), W.F. Hosford, March 1993, pp. 54, 55.

"NAE Targets Education and Employment of Engineers for the 1990s" (The Reporter), M.C. Munson, February 1990, pp. 28-29.

"Nails from a 2,400 Year Old Shipwreck: A Study of Copper in a Marine Archaeological Environment" (Feature: Archaeotechnology), S. Shalev, Y. Kahanov, and C. Doherty, February 1999, pp. 14-17.

"Nanostructured Materials and the Role of Surface Engineering" (Commentary), S. Seal and N.B. Dahotre, September 2002, pp. 20-21.

"NASCAR Engineering: Balancing Science with Tradition" (Feature), M. Byko, February 2003, pp. 26-29.

"National Science Foundation Opportunities for Collaborative Research" (JOM-e: Overview), B.A. MacDonald, June 1999.

"The Naval Research Laboratory: 75 Years of Materials Innovation" (Featured Overview), B.B. Rath and D.J. DeYoung, July 1998, pp. 14-19.

"The Need to Develop Multicomponent Phase Diagrams" (Commentary), P.R. Subramanian, December 1997, p. 13.

"Needed: Materials for 24th Century Starships—Considering the Materials Demands of the Star Trek Universe" (Featured Overview), A. Bormanis, June 1996, pp. 14-16.

"Needed: New Paradigms for Graduate Materials Education" (Opinion), J. Szekely, September 1993, p. 20.

"New Applications for Refractory Metals" (Commentary), C.L. Briant, March 2000, p. 36.

"A New Concept in TMS Programming: The MPMD Global Innovations Symposium" (Professional Affairs), J.E. Smugeresky, November 2002, p. 17.

"The New Engineering Accreditation Process in Mexico" (Education), F. Ocampo, October 1996, pp. 16, 17.

"A New Kind of Comic Book Hero: The Engineer" (End Notes: The Last Word), K. Roncone, April 2005, p. 72.

"New Model for TMS Annual Meeting Publication—Meeting the Society's Mission to Disseminate Information" (Professional Affairs0, R.A. Makowski, August 2005, p. 17.

"A New Paradigm—Multi-User Scanning Electron Microscopy" (Featured Overview), L.S. Chumbley, M. Meyer, K. Fredrickson, and F.C. Laabs, September 1995, pp. 13-17.

"New R&D Opportunities in Solvent Extraction and Ion Exchange" (Commentary), D.B. Dreisinger and M. Mooiman, May 1992, p. 39.

"New Technologies…New Composites" (Commentary), E.V. Barrera and K. Lozano, November 2000, p. 32.

"The 1999 TMS Member Census: Looking at Ourselves" (FEATURE: Professional Affairs), B. Helsel, February 2000, pp. 18, 20.

"The 1996 Review of Extraction & Processing: Beginning at the End" (1996 Review of Extraction & Processing), J.J. Robinson, April 1996, p. 33.

"The Nondestructive Evaluation of Materials Properties" (Commentary), P.K. Liaw, October 1992, pp. 10-11.

"Nondestructive Evaluation Techniques in Semiconductor Wafer Fabrication" (Commentary), A.R. Srivatsa, March 1999, p. 33.

"The November JOM-e: The NDE of Material Properties" (Commentary), P.K. Liaw, November 1998, p. 66.

"NSPE Code of Ethics for Engineers" (Professional Affairs), April 1993, pp. 14-16.

"The Numerical Analysis of Creep Deformation and Cavitation in TiAl Intermetallic Alloys" (JOM-e: Research Summary), A. Chakraborty and J.C. Earthman, August 1998.

"OMBKE: The Hungarian Mining and Metallurgical Society" (Forum International), P. Tardy, October 1994, pp. 66, 67.

"Operation Desert Storm: The End of an Era in the Composites Field?" (Opinion), C.L. Hamermesh, December 1991, pp. 16-18.

"Opportunities and Issues in Homeland Security: Opening Remarks" (Overview), T. Maréchaux, February 2003.

"Optoelectronic Interconnections and Packaging: A Materials Challenge" (Commentary), D. Frear, June 1994, p. 40.

"The Origins of Early American Crucible Steelmaking: Little Competition to the Sheffield Masters" (History), R.B. Gordon, February 1991, pp. 36-39.

"Our Growing Understanding of Nonlinear Effects in Materials Science" (Commentary), F.G. Yost, December 1997, p. 29.

"Oxygen Pyrometallurgy at Copper Cliff—A Half Century of Progress" (Industrial Insight), P.E. Queneau and S.W. Marcuson, January 1996, pp. 14-21.

"The Periodic Table of Comic Books: It's Elementaryquot; (Fantastic Materials), Maureen Byko, November 2001, pp. 12-13.

"Personification: The Materials Science and Engineering of Humanoid Robots" (Materials World), M. Byko, November 2003, pp. 14-19.

"Perspectives on New Design Tools for Material Processes" (Commentary), J.C. Malas and W.G. Frazier, September 1997, pp. 32, 33.

"Phase Diagrams of Important Electronic Materials" (Commentary), C.R. Kao, December 2002, p. 44.

"Physical Metallurgy: Providing Unifying Principles in Diverse Areas of Materials Engineering" (Commentary), K. Chen and V. Ravi, May 2003, pp. 23, 25. "Plasticity Exhibit Celebrates 100 Years of Plastics" (End Notes), K. Roncone Zappas, July 2007, p. 96.>"Physical Metallurgy: Where is it Headed?" (Opinion), Robert W. Cahn, May 2003, pp. 24-25.

"Platinum Group Metals: Past and Present" (Commentary), Michael L. Free, October 2001, p. 10

"The Point of a Monument: A History of the Aluminum Cap of the Washington Monument" (Featured Overview), G.J. Binczewski, November 1995, pp. 20-25.

"The Post-2000 Metal Industry" (excerpts), T. Nagano, August 1994, pp. 42, 43.

"Postage Stamps: A Convergence of Metallurgy, Art, and History" (Feature), Fathi Habashi, April 2002, pp. 10-12, 50.

"The Powder Processing of Lightweight Materials" (Commentary), K.P. Cooper, May 2000, p. 31.

"Practical Applications in Texture Analysis" (Commentary), D.B. Knorr and H. Weiland, September 1994, p. 31.

"Practical Engineering in TV's Impractical Engineering Shows: Monster Garage and Junkyard Mega-Wars" (The Arts), M. Byko, October 2003, pp. 12-15.

"The Practice and Characterization of Historic Fire Gilding Techniques" (History), K. Anheuser, November 1997, pp. 58-62.

"Precious-Metal-Bearing Scrap: Some Considerations in Sampling and Negotiations" (Commentary), J.E. Hoffmann, July 1992, p. 42.

"Pre-Columbian Metalworking in Peru–Ornamental and Ceremonial Objects from the Royal Tombs of Sipán" (History), G. Hörz and M. Kallfass, December 1998, pp. 8-16.

"Preparing Materials Engineering Students for Design" (Education), D.A. Woodford, August 1990, pp. 36, 37.

"Presenting Don Ritter's Address to the 1990 TMS Washington Forum" (TMS News), D. Ritter, July 1990, pp. 43, 44.

"Preserving the USS Arizona: Retired Engineer Applies Skills to Public Service" (End Notes), K. Roncone, September 2006, p. 80.

"Previewing Aluminum Supply and Demand for 1992" (Opinion), R.G. Holder, November 1991, p. 12.

"Previewing the Next 10 Years in the Aluminum Industry" (Forum Roundtable), May 1991, pp. 58-61.

"The Primary Aluminum Industry in the Commonwealth of Independent States—Part I" (Overview), S.C. Manaktala, November 1992, pp. 38-40.

"Process Modeling Today: From Lab to Shop and from Art to Part" (Commentary), S.C. Jain, October 1995, p. 55.

"The Processing and Application of Mg and Ti: What's New" (Commentary), G.J. Kipouros, October, p, 36.

"The Processing and Joining of High-Temperature Materials" (Commentary), J.A. Shields, Jr., June 1993, p. 48.

"Processing High-Tc Superconductors for Higher Critical Current Densities" (Commentary), K.H. Sandhage, October 1992, p. 41.

"Processing: Key to Enhancing the Performance of the 'Wonder' Metal" (Commentary), F.H. Froes, March 1990, p. 16.

"Processing Refractory Metals: The Traditional and the Novel" (Commentary), C.L. Briant, April 1999, p. 28.

"Processing Slimes: The Base Case and Opportunities for Improvement" (Commentary), J.E. Hoffmann, August 1990, p. 38.

"Processing Titanium and Lithium for Reduced-Cost Application" (Commentary), M.Y. Demeri and G.J. Kipouros, June 1997, p. 20.

"Producing Nanoscale Microstructures through Severe Plastic Deformation" (Commentary), T.C. Lowe and R.Z. Valiev, April 2000, pp. 27-28.

"Producing Net-Shape Products by Powder Metallurgy" (Commentary), K.P. Cooper, July 1999, p. 25.

"Progress in Applying High-Temperature Superconductors" (Commentary), P.J. McGinn, July 1999, p. 12.

"Progress in the Licensing of Materials Engineers" (Proffesional Affairs), J.W. Fergus, D.A. Shifler, A.A. Pengidore, and D.L. Bourell, May 2007, pp. 18-21.

"Progress in the Low-Temperature Epitaxy of Silicon and Silicon-Based Heterostructures" (Commentary), M.L. Green, October 1991, p. 22.

"Progress in Understanding Grain Growth and Its Importance" (Commentary), L. Martinez, September 1992, p. 15.

"Progress Toward Bulk Application of High-Tc Superconductors" (Commentary), A. Goyal, August 1995, p. 55.

"Prosperity into the Next Millennium Built on the Process Engineering of Materials" (excerpts), J.K. Brimacombe, August 1994, pp. 40-42.

"A Puzzling Collectioin: Mechanical Brainteasers Challenge and Entertain" (End Notes), K. Roncone, October 2006, p. 72.

"Quality and Quantity: The Goal of Global Energy Resource Development" (Commentary), D.M. Hausen, December 1998, p. 24.

"The Qualification of Metallic Materials" (Commentary), William E. Frazier, March 2001, p. 15.

"Questions and Answers About the Role of TMS in ABET" (Education), G.L. Liedl, September 1991, pp. 16-18.

"Quicksilver from Cinnabar: The First Documented Mechanochemical Reaction?" L. Takacs (FEATURE: Archaeotechnology), January 2000, pp. 12-13.

"R&D in the Metallurgical Industry toward the 21st Century" (1997 Review of Extraction & Processing), H.Y. Sohn, April 1997, pp. 33-37.

"R&D Opportunities for Pressure Hydrometallurgy" (Commentary), D. Dreisinger, February 1991, p. 8.

"Railroad Modelers Cut Metal Production Facilities Down to Size" (Overview), K. Roncone, September 2002, pp. 16-19.

"Raising the Hunley: Archaeology Meets Technology" (Feature), Maureen Byko, March 2001, pp. 12-14.

"Reactive Liquid Processing in Ceramic Joining" (Commentary), A. Bronson, February 1999, p. 43.

"Reactive Liquid Processing in Composites Production" (Commentary), A. Bronson, June 1997, p. 47.

"Real Progress in the Preparation of Metallic Powders" (Commentary), P.S. Gilman, August 1992, p. 8.

"Recent Advances in Electrically Conductive Materials" (Commentary), S. Jin, March 1997, p. 37.

"Recent Developments in Practical High-Tc Superconductors" (Commentary), C.S. Pande, October 1996, p. 18.

"Recent Developments in Melt-Textured Superconductors" (Commentary), K. Salama, June 2000, p. 17.

"Recent Developments in Quantitative Fractography" (Commentary), B.L. Averbach, October 1990, p. 9.

"Recent Developments in the Search for Ultrahard Materials" (Commentary), L. Martinez, November 1995, p. 48.

"Recent Insights into the Metallurgical Technologies of Ancient Mesoamerica" (Feature: Archaeotechnology), D. Hosler, May 1999, pp. 11-14.

"Recent Progress in Pb-Free Solders and Soldering Technologies" (Commentary), Sung K. Kang, June 2001, p. 16.

"Recognizing the Environmental Role of Extractive Metallurgy" (Opinion), J.C. Taylor, October 1994, pp. 22-24.

"Recognizing the Need for Materials Data: The Missing Link in Process Modeling" (Commentary), S.C. Jain, October 1991, pp. 6-7.

"Recruiting and Retaining Students in Metallurgy and Materials: One University’s Experience" (Education), E. Trillo, S.W. Stafford, and L.E. Murr, April 1998, pp. 13-14.

"Recycling Aluminum Packaging Materials" (Opinion), J.W. Plumb, December 1992, p. 28.

"Redefining the Limits of Aluminum-Based Materials" (Commentary), W.H. Hunt, Jr., January 1993, p. 18.

Reducing Costs in Aircraft: The Metals Affordability Initiative Consortium" (Featured Overview), R. Martin and D. Evans, March 2000, pp. 24-28.

"The Reel Thing: One Editor's List of Great Material Moments in the Movies" (Feature), J. Robinson, March 2004, pp. 9-15.

"Re-Engineering Engineering Education for the Challenges of the 21st Century" (Professional Affairs), G. Tryggvason and D. Apelian, October 2006, pp. 14-17.

"Reflections on a Life of Materials Science: Robert Cahn and The Art of Belonging" (End Notes, K. Roncone, June 2006, p. 88.

"Refractory Ceramics and Iron Smelting in East Africa" (History), S.T. Childs, December 1990, pp. 36-38.

"Refractory Metals and Environmental Issues" (Commentary), J.A. Shields, Jr., August 1992, p. 24.

"Refractory Metals and Materials: Joining and Applications" (Commentary), P.R. Subramanian and J.A. Shields, Jr., January 1996, p. 32.

"Refractory Metals 1990: Old Challenges, New Opportunities" (Commentary), J. Wittenauer, August 1990, p. 7.

"The Regulatory Encouragement of Metals Recycling: Vete a Otro Perro Con Ese Hueso" (Opinion), L.M. Southwick, July 1998, pp. 21-26.

"The Relationship of Physical Metallurgy and Corrosion" (Commentary), L. Martinez, September 1993, p. 21.

"Remediating Copper Smelter Dusts: The Arsenic Problem" (Commentary), J.E. Hoffmann, August 1993, pp. 30-31.

"Replicating a Most Famous Casting: The Liberty Bell" (Metallurgraphics: Special Edition), T.M. Beazley, June 1997, pp. 13-14.

"A Response to 'The Environmental Impact of Steel and Aluminum Body-in-Whites'," K.J. Martchek, E.S. Fisher, and A.R. Wasson, February 1996, pp. 40-41.

"Retrospect," D.F. Hasson, 1996-1998, last editorial page of every issue.

"Retrospect," D.F. Hasson, January 1998, p. 72; February 1998, p. 80; March 1998, p. 64; April 1998, p. 80; May 1998, p. 72; June 1998, p. 88; July 1998, p. 64; August 1998, p. 64; September 1998, p. 80.

"Rising Above the Gathering Storm: Answering a Call to Action" (Professional Affairs), M. Byko, May 2007, pp. 26-27.

"The Role of Solidification in Products and Processes" (Commentary), S. Viswanathan, February 1995, p. 37.

"The Role of Technical Societies in a Changing World" (Conference Review), J.J. Robinson, June 1994, pp. 10, 11.

"The Role of Universities in Homeland Defense" (Overview), T. Stewart and J. Williams, February 2003.

"Roman-Era Copper Production at the Cerro Muriano Smelter" (History), R. Calabrés Molina, A.J. Criado Portal, J.A. Martínez Garcia, and J.J. Storch de Gracia, September 1996, pp. 68-70.

"The Royal Mail Ship Titanic: Did a Metallurgical Failure Cause a Night to Remember?" (History), K. Felkins, H.P. Leighly, Jr., and A. Jankovic, January 1998, pp. 12-18.

"The Scale-up and Design of Pressure Hydrometallurgical Process Plants" (Feature: Historical Insight), F. Campbell, W.D. Vardill, and L. Trytten, September 1999, pp. 12-15.

"The Selection, Specification, and Performance of Metals in Architecture" (Metallurgraphics: Special Edition), L.W. Zahner, March 1996, pp. 14-15.

"Shedding a Light on 18th Century Science: The Works of Joseph Wright of Derby" (Material World), M. Byko, June 2007, pp. 13-16.

"Silver and Copper Artifacts from Ancient Anatolia" (Archaeotechnology), K.A. Yener, P. Jett, and A. Adriaens, May 1995, pp. 70-72.

"Smarts and Fashion Sense: Making Science Appealing to Teenage Girls" (End Notes: Things Other), K. Roncone, May 2005, p. 80.

"Smithsonian Celebrates 100 Years of Flight" (End Notes: Things Other), K. Roncone, November 2003, p. 80.

"So, You Want to Be a Consultant?" (Feature), M. Byko, August 2003, pp. 12-14.

"Solidification Issues in Welding Research and Practice" (Commentary), K.P. Cooper, June 2003, p. 13.

"Solidification Modeling: Status and Outlook" (Overview) J.A. Dantzig, December 2000, pp. 18-21.

"Solution to the P.E. Exam Question on Page 10," March 1993, p. 72.

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"Some Recent Developments in Ion-Exchange Resins" (Commentary), S. Duyvesteyn, October 1998, pp. 62-63, 87.

" SpaceShipOne, the Ansari X Prize, and the Materials of the Civilian Space Race" (Materials World), M. Byko, November 2004, pp. 24-28;.

"The Spray Deposition of Metals and Composites" (Commentary), P.S. Gilman, July 1993, p. 41.

"A Steel Response to `The Environmental Impact of Steel and Aluminum Body-in-Whites'," R. Dworek, July 1996, p. 31.

"The Story of the National Materials Advisory Board" (END NOTES: Things Other), J.M. Phillips and T.Maréchaux, March 2003, p. 64.

"Strategies for Metal Processing Industries: Competing in Today's Global Economy" (Conference Review), D. Apelian, September 2004, pp. 25-26.

"A Study of Traditional Lost-Wax Casting in India" (History), Lee Horne, October 1990, pp. 46-47.

"The Substance of a Technology: Electron-Beam Melting and Refining" (Industrial Insight), R. Bakish, November 1998, pp. 28-30.

"Superplasticity: Mechanisms and Applications" (Commentary), John S. Vetrano, March 2001, p. 22.

"Surface Engineering via Nanotechnology: Clusters to Components" (Commentary), S. Seal and N.B. Dahotre, January 2004, pp. 34-35.

"Surviving a Layoff" (JOM-e: Overview), E. Schwartz, June 1999.

"Sustainable End-of-Life Vehicle Recycling: R&D Collaboration between Industry and the U.S. DOE" (Overview), E.J. Daniels, J.A. Carpenter, Jr., C. Duranceau, M. Fisher, C. Wheeler, and G. Winslow, August 2004, pp. 28-32.

"Talking with the Members of the Globalization of Materials R&D Study" (Roundtable), M. Byko, March 2006, pp. 14-16, 18.

"Talking with the MS&T’06 Program Coordinating Committee" (Roundtable), Kelly Roncone, July 2006, pp. 17-19.

"Takling with 2006 TMS President Brajendra Mishra" (Presidential Interview), M. Byko, March 2007, pp. 10-11.

"Tantalum: The Refractory Metal with Low- and High-Temperature Applications" (Commentary), J.A. Shields, Jr., January 1997, p. 25.

"Technological Improvements in Lead-Acid Batteries" (Commentary), Andreas Siegmund, January 2001, p. 27.

"The Technology of Magic: Scientivid Challenges and Opportunities in Harry Potter’s World" (Materials World), K. Roncone, November 2005, p. 30.

"A Technology Roadmap for the U.S. Aluminum Industry" (Innovations in Aluminum, Part II), H.S. Kenchington, J.L. Eisenhauer, and J.A.S. Green, August 1997, pp. 18-21.

"Technology Transfer Headlines TMS Washington Forum" (Conference Review), M.C. Munson, July 1990, pp. 28, 29.

"The Thermomechanical Processing of High-Tin Bronzes—An Old Practice in a South Indian Village" (History), S.G.K. Pillai, R.M. Pillai, A.D. Damodaran, and T.R. Ramachandran, March 1994, pp. 59-62.

"Thermophysical Properties of Molten Slags" (Commentary), R.L. Stephens, November 2002, p. 40.

"Thin Films and Interfaces: Modeling and Characterization" (Commentary), D.C. Paine, March 1995, p. 30.

"The Three-Dimensional Simulation of Flow Pattern in Equal-Channel Angular Extrusion" (JOM-e: Overview), H.J. Cui, R.E. Goforth, and K.T. Hartwig, August 1998.

"Three-Way Quality Partnerships: The Secret to Long-Term Survival in the Metals Industries" (Commentary), P.G. Campbell and R.D. Zabreznik, November 1990, p. 17.

"Things that Go Boom in the Night: The Art and Science of Fireworks" (Materials World), K. Roncone, July 2004, pp. 12-15.

"Titanium and Other Light Metals: Let’s Do Something About Cost" (Commentary), F.H. Froes, September 1998, p. 15.

"The Titanium Image: Ascending to New Heights" (Commentary), F.H. Froes, June 1999, p. 13.

"The Titanium Image: Bouncing Back" (Commentary), F.H. (Sam) Froes, April 2001, p. 26.

"The Titanium Image: Facing the Realities of Life" (Commentary), F.H. Froes, May 2000, p. 12.

"The Titanium Market: Maturing after 40 Years of Instability" (Commentary), F.H. Froes, May 1997, p. 34.

"TMS Begins Strategic Planning: Members, Mission, and Materials" (END NOTES: Things Other), Wayne Hale, July 2001, p. 56.

"TMS and ISS Create Collaborative Fall Meeting Alternative with MS&T '03" (END NOTES: Things Other), J.J. Robinson, November 2002, p. 88.

"TMS Fall Meeting Changes Create Questions as Well as New Opportunities and Alliances" (END NOTES: Presidential Message), Wayne Hale, February 2002, p. 80.

"TMS Hot Topic Symposium Examines WTC Collapse and Building Engineering" (Feature), Goni Grobstein Maeéchaux, April 2002, pp. 13-16.

"TMS Strategic Plan Emphasized Outreach and Action for Value-Added Membership" (END NOTES: Things Other), Wayne Hale, October 2001, p. 48.

"TMS Strategic Planning: A Journey and a Destination" (Professional Affairs), Brajendra Mishra, July 2006, pp. 14-16.

"TMS's Strategy to Meet the Needs of Our Members and Our Profession" (Strategic Planning), J. Allison, November 2002, pp. 18-19. P>"TMS in 2004: The President's Perspective" (Presidential Message), G. Hildeman, February 2005, pp. 23-24.

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"Today's Best Practices—Stimulating and Stabilizing Change (1996 Review of Extraction & Processing), G.A. Eltringham, April 1996, pp. 34-37.

"Toy Story: Materials Engineering at Play" (Feature), K. Roncone, December 2002, pp. 16-19.

"Toys That Radiate Fun: A Look at Atomic-Themed Games and Collectibles" (Material World), K. Roncone Zappas, April 2007, pp. 12-14.

"Tracking the 2001 AAES Salary Survey Results" (Feature), Kelly Roncone, March 2002, pp. 13-15.

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"Trends in French Engineering and Environment Education" (Education), D. Tondeur and I. Gaballah, November 2002, pp. 34-39.

"The 2004 JOM Reader Survey: That's Good, Give Us More" (Opinion), J.J. Robinson, February 2005, pp. 18-19.

"The 2002 AAES Engineering Salary Survey" (Feature), Maureen Byko, May 2003, pp. 53-54.

"Undergrad Research Journal Gives a Voice to Future Scientists and Engineers" (End Notes), M. Byko, November 2005, p. 80.

"Understanding Fatigue Failure in Structural Materials" (Commentary), P.K. Liaw, July 1997, p. 42.

"Understanding the Internet: A Guide for Materials Scientists and Engineers" (Featured Overview), K.J. Meltsner, April 1995, pp. 9-13.

"Understanding the Internet, Version 2.0: Finding the Materials Community" (Overview), R.M. Johnston, January 1998, pp. 57-59.

"Understanding the Processing and Properties of Actinide Elements" (Commentary), K. Liddell, February 1993, p. 31.

"Uranium Processing for the Nuclear Fuel Cycle" (Commentary), S.M. McDeavitt, September 2000, p. 11.

"U.S. Air is Cleaner, Environmental Agency Reports" (END NOTES: Things Other), Maureen Byko, December 2001, p. 64.

"U.S. Career and Salary Trends in Materials Science and Engineering" (Professional Affairs), G.L. Liedl and V. Koebnick, April 1998, pp. 15-18.

"U.S. DOE Programs Team to Give a Boost to the Aluminum Industry" (Innovations in Aluminum, Part I), R. Conger and M. Hattrup, May 1997, p. 15.

"U.S. Engineering Salaries Continue to Climb: Part I" (Feature), Maureen Byko, February 2001, pp. 40-42.

"U.S. Engineering Salaries Remain Constant in 1999" (FEATURE: Professional Affairs), T.M. Beazley, April 2000, pp. 10-11.

"The U.S. 2005 Budget: Betsy Houston Ranks Materials Science Winners and Losers" (End Notes: The Last Word), B. Houston, January 2005, p. 104.

""The Use of Multimedia in Developing Undergraduate Engineering Courses" (JOM-e: Overview), V.R. Voller, J.F. Watson, and S. Hoover, May 1998.

"The Use of Tin and Bronze in Prehistoric Southern Indian Metallurgy" (History), S. Srinivasan, July 1998, pp. 44-47, 49.

"Using Aqueous Processing to Improve Performance in Metals Production" (Commentary), A.J. Monteiro, December 1997, p. 41.

"Using Stainless Steel to Portray a Slice of American History" (Metallurgraphics), T.M. Beazley, June 1996, p. 60.

"The Value of Professional Registration—Part I" (Professional Affairs), M.E. Nicholson, March 1993, p. 9.

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"The Value of Professional Registration—Part III" (Professional Affairs), M.E. Nicholson, May 1993, pp. 9, 10.

"Vessel Integrity for High-Temperature Metallurgical Processing" (Commentary), R.L. Stephens, February 2000, p. 56.

"Views on the Handbook of Polymer Science and Technology" (Opinion), M.C. Munson, G.T. Murray, P.J. Reucroft, and K.K. Chawla, December 1991, pp. 14-15.

"Voices of Innovation Celebrates Engineers" (END NOTES: Public Affairs), Kelly Roncone, April 2002, p. 60.

"A Volunteer's Guide to TMS, Part I: Shaping the Profession and the Professional" (Feature), K. Roncone, February 2003, pp. 23-25.

"A Volunteer's Guide to TMS, Part II: Developing Meetings, Publications, and Short Courses" (Feature), K. Roncone, April 2003, pp. 14-17.

"Vox Populi: Examining the Results of the 1994 JOM Reader Survey," (Overview), J.J. Robinson, January 1995, pp. 10-11.

"Waste Treatment and Recycling Using Pyrometallurgical Processes" (Commentary), R.L. Stephens and B. Mishra, July 1998, p. 20.

"Welding Company Ponies Up Aluminum in Big Sky Country" (Metallurgraphic), Maureen Byko, August 2001, pp. 12-13.

"What's Beyond the Pretty Pictures in Process Modeling?" (Commentary), S.C. Jain, June 1992, p. 7.

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"Whither Goeth Advanced Lightweight Metals?" (Commentary), N.J. Kim and F.H. Froes, July 1994, p. 10.

"Whither Innovation and Training in Primary Metals Industry?" (Opinion), H.Y. Sohn, July 1998, p. 13.

"Why Do Engineers Have to Take Registration Exams?" (Material Matters), M.E. Schlesinger, June 1995, p. 59.

"Why the U.S. Government Should Continue Funding Advanced Technology Programs" (Opinion), R.A. Schiffman, June 1995, pp. 14-15.

"Will the Titanium Golf Club Be Tomorrow's Mashy Niblick?" (Overview), F.H. Froes, June 1999, pp. 18-20.

"Winning Copper via Chloride Chemistry—An Elusive Technology" (Commentary), J.E. Hoffmann, August 1991, pp. 48-49.

"The ‘Wonder’ Metal: Diversifying into the Nonaerospace Markets" (Commentary), F.H. Froes, May 1992, p. 20.

"The World Still Won’t Beat a Path to Your Door: Transitioning DRA to the Marketplace" (Industrial Insight), W.H. Hunt, Jr., and B. Maruyama, November 1999, pp. 62-64.

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