Journal of Materials Chemistry 10-year Anniversary Survey

To celebrate 10 years of Journal of Materials Chemistry A, B and C we asked you to contribute your thoughts and perspectives about the development of materials chemistry and the future of the field!

We asked 3 questions to our authors, reviewers, and readers across the 3 journals:

  • What development in materials chemistry do you see as having the biggest impact over the last 10 years?
  • Where do you see the direction of materials chemistry research heading in the next 10 years?
  • What topic would you like to see more of in the journal?

Click on the links below to see the individual journal highlights.

Letter 'A' filled with answers from the survey. Energy, Conversion, Specialist, Catalysts, Hydrogen, Renewable, Materials, Storage.

JMCA Survey results

Letter 'B' filled with answers from the survey. Cancer, Therapy, Targeted, Nanomaterials, Biomaterials, Diagnosis, Treatment, Hydrogels.

JMCB Survey results

Letter 'C' filled with answers from the survey. Sustainability, Sensing, Green, Organic, Optical, Energy, Solar, Harvesting, Bioelectronics, Metamaterials.

JMCC Survey results

All the answers were pooled and formed into a word cloud to represent the past, present and future of the Journal of Materials Chemistry family.

Letters 'J' 'M' 'C' filled with materials chemistry related words in different colours.


So how did your contribution compare to the rest of the community? We appreciate all of your responses and it has certainly shed some light on our communities’ perspectives in regard to the materials chemistry field – past, present and future.

Don’t forget to check out all of our special Journal of Materials Chemistry A, B and C 10-year anniversary celebrations, including our 10-year Anniversary Community spotlight blog, the #myfirstJMC collections showcasing our first-time corresponding authors, monthly 10th anniversary cover art round-ups and a special anniversary editorial by Editors-in-Chief Anders Hagfeldt, Jeroen Cornelissen and Natalie Stingelin.

Follow us on Twitter (@JMaterChem), WeChat and sign up to our mailings to keep up to date with our latest anniversary activities. We are excited to celebrate our anniversary year and we are grateful to our community for all their support!

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