Materials Research Letters (MRL) is an Open Access Journal. All articles published in the Journal are permanently available online immediately on publication to anyone, anywhere, at any time.
High quality articles will be selected for publication based on novelty, significance and potential impact of the reported results. Subjects of interest for publication in MRL include, but are not limited to, structural materials (metals, ceramics, polymers, composite), energy materials (solar energy, batteries, fuel cells, hydrogen storage, nuclear energy), functional materials (electronic, magnetic, optical), and low dimensional materials (sheets, tubes, wires, ribbons).
What we are looking for:
- Breakthroughs in materials science
- Unprecedented properties
- Novel functionalities
- Innovative synthesis & processing
- Novel materials
Submit your research
MRL publishes Original Letters, invited Perspective Pieces that present provocative and visionary opinions and views, and invited Brief Overviews of critical issues.
Submit your paper online: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tmrl
For further information, visit the journal’s Instructions for Authors page.
Why submit your article to Materials Research Letters?
Through excellent international reach, publishing in Materials Research Letters ensures that your article is seen, read and cited by your research community.
Fast and professional peer review
All research articles in Materials Research Letters undergo a stringent peer review process, based on initial screening by a subject expert from the large Editorial Review Board and anonymized refereeing by at least two undisclosed referees.
Author Support from Taylor & Francis
The Author Services department at Taylor & Francis aims to enhance your publishing experience and to optimise the impact of your article in the global research community. Support is available, from preparing and submitting your article, through to setting up citation alerts post-publication.
For further details visit http://journalauthors.tandf.co.uk/preparation/OpenAccess.asp
- Co-Editor-in-Chief: Yuntian Zhu, USA
- Co-Editor-in-Chief: Quanxi Jia, USA