The Materials Today family of journals is dedicated to publishing fundamental and applied research that tackles some of the world's great challenges. Our journals cover a broad spectrum of materials science, from incremental advances to groundbreaking discoveries. We serve as a multi- and inter-disciplinary platform, fostering collaboration and the cross-pollination of ideas to drive the field forward.
The Materials Today family of journals has joined forces with SSRN to offer a unique gateway to the forefront of materials science. Here, we present the latest research findings and developments as they undergo the peer review process. On the Materials Today SSRN First Look, you'll enjoy:
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
• Early Access to Impactful Research: Gain early access to pioneering research, giving you a head start in exploring emerging trends and groundbreaking discoveries.
• Interdisciplinary Insights: Explore a diverse range of materials science domains, facilitating cross-disciplinary collaboration and knowledge exchange.
• Collaboration Opportunities: Connect with fellow researchers, share your perspectives, and plant the seeds of collaboration with peers who share your research interests.
• Staying Ahead of the Curve: Stay informed about the most recent research findings even before formal peer review, placing you at the forefront of materials science knowledge.
Authors can choose to post a preprint version of their manuscript to SSRN during the journal submission process. Manuscripts will be featured on the First Look page once our editors invite expert reviewers to share their insights on the work. The “under review” status of the preprint will be updated as soon as a decision is reached for the manuscript.
Discover the dynamic world of Materials Today journals' First Look on SSRN, where we continually push the boundaries of materials science, one preprint at a time. We cordially invite you to explore, contribute, and be at the forefront of innovation in this ever-evolving field. Don't miss this exceptional opportunity to become a pioneer in the materials science community.
Please remember that preprint findings should not be presented to a lay audience without highlighting their preliminary nature and lack of peer review.