MRS ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY
Published jointly by the Materials Research Society and Cambridge University Press
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MRS Energy & Sustainability—A Review Journal publishes reviews on key topics in materials research and development as they relate to energy and sustainability.
Topics to be reviewed are new R&D of both established and new areas; interdisciplinary systems integration; and objective application of economic, sociological and governmental models, enabling research and technological developments.
The reviews will be set in an integrated context of scientific, technological and sociological complexities relating to environment and sustainability.
The intended readership is a broad spectrum of scientists, academics, policy makers and industry professionals, all interested in the interdisciplinary nature of the science, technology and policy aspects of energy and sustainability.
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In this interview from MRS TV at the 2014 MRS Fall Meeting, two of MRS Energy & Sustainability's editors-in-chief, David Ginley and David Cahen, talk about the journal and the types of articles they look for.
David S. Ginley, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
David Cahen, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Elizabeth A. Kócs, University of Illinois at Chicago
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Chair, Alan J. Hurd, Los Alamos National Laboratory
David H. Auston, University of California, Santa Barbara
Anshu Bharadwaj, Executive Director, Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP), India
Joel P. Clark, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
George W. Crabtree, University of Illinois at Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory
Martin L. Green, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Sally C. Gutierrez, Director, Environmental Technology Innovation Clusters Program
Anke Rita Kayser-Pyzalla, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Germany
William Tumas, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Kathryn E. Uhrich, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey