The Materials science major is an interdisciplinary field applying the properties of matter to various areas of science and engineering. Top material science schools prepare students for a rewarding career making the material we take for granted. This scientific field investigates the relationship between the structure of materials at atomic or molecular scales and their macroscopic properties. It incorporates elements of applied physics and chemistry.
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- When students read what the industry reads, you better understand the ACTUAL major
- Magazines, Blogs and Newspapers in the industry provide a wealth of information
- Industry publications help you research the major in the way it’s used in the profession
|Materials Today is the leading international Open Access magazine for all researchers with an interest in materials science and technology. Publishing monthly||Visit|
|Urethanes Technology International||Urethanes Technology International is published six times per year with an ABC audited circulation figure of 6,380 and launched in 1984, is now firmly established as the most important global magazine for this vibrant industry.||Visit|
|Rubber & Plastics News is a fortnightly tabloid newspaper reaching 14,200 rubber product manufacturers and others allied to the rubber industry. It provides news, features, commentary, technical and marketing information in print and daily on the Internet to rubber product manufacturers, suppliers, consultants and laboratories worldwide||Visit|
|Textile Outlook International||Minerals Metals and Materials Society (TMS)||Visit|
|R& D Magazine and online provides news and information for the research and development community, including the annual R& D 100 awards...||Visit|
|Edison Materials Technology Center (EMTEC)||Textile Outlook International provide independent and worldwide perspective of the global fiber, textile and apparel industries . It also helps in decision making research and forecasts.||Visit|
|Glass Magazine||Glass Magazine is resource for those in the glass manufacturing industry||Visit|