MRS Communications Author Instructions
Please carefully read all instructions below before submitting a manuscript to MRS Communications. Manuscripts not prepared according to MRS Communications specifications may be returned to the author and may experience significant delays in review and time to publication.
Authors who have read the instructions and are prepared to submit manuscripts may do so at MRS Communications Manuscript Central.
Authors of each article appearing in this Journal are solely responsible for all contents in their article(s) including accuracy of the facts, statements, and citing resources. Facts and opinions are solely the personal statements of the respective authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the editors, the Materials Research Society, or Cambridge University Press.
Instructions regarding the types of articles sought for and published in MRS Communications, including prospectives, research letters, editorials, commentaries and correspondence.Read More »
Detailed instructions for submitting an MRS Communications manuscript, including formatting, cover letters, title pages, keywords, preferred reviewers, figures, copyright forms and language editing services. Read More »
Instructions for figures included with your MRS Communications manuscript submission. Includes
information regarding format, resolution, file size, labels and appearance,
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Information regarding style, references, tables, acknowledgments, rights and permissions, and proofs of articles for authors wishing to submit manuscripts to MRS Communications.Read More »
of the constitutional objectives of the Materials Research Society is to
disseminate information relevant to the interest of the materials community.
The MRS Bulletin,Journal of
Materials Research, MRS Communications, MRS Energy & Sustainability
– A Review Journal, and the MRS Symposium Proceedings fulfill part of this
mission by publishing the results of original scientific research and overviews
of the field. The policy outlined here has been endorsed by MRS to ensure that the
information has been generated, processed, and published using the highest
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