Cover Page June-2019-Advanced Materials Letters

Advanced Materials Letters

Volume 10, Issue 6, Pages 366-368, June 2019
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The cover photo describes the graphical representation of a programmable microfluidic device for the capture and detection of a variety of cells and bacteria. Recently, the interest in microfluidic technology has progressed considerably since the last decade due to its advanced applications in many areas including protein biochemistry, cell culture, detection, and electromechanical systems.


9th Anniversary of Advanced Materials Letters: Progress and Opportunities

Ashutosh Tiwari

Institute of Advanced Materials, Sweden

Adv. Mater. Lett., 2019, 10 (6), pp 366-368

DOI: 10.5185/amlett.2019.1006

Publication Date (Web): Mar 25, 2019

Abstract

I am delighted to share the journey of Advanced Materials Letters (AML), which started its journey in June 2010 holding the hands of International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM, www.iaamonline.org) with the motto of “Advancements of materials to global excellence”. The time was the starting of 2010 and we were discussing about our upcoming footsteps for the advancement of materials research for empowering the society. Certainly, during the meeting, the core team of IAAM decided to publish an open access journal in the field advanced materials so that the materials’ community should get the latest highlights in advanced materials without any subscription and without any processing fee. We are very much thankful to VBRI Press for providing their platform for this noble initiative. The journey of the remarkable growth and impact of AML begins with its subject area of materials science and technology, also reflected by its unique and popular website http://www.vbripress.com/aml/. After a worthy journey of over 8 years, AML is now going to celebrate its 9th anniversary in 2019, so as the founder Editor of AML, I am feeling very gratified to highlight the progress, milestones and future opportunities.

Keywords

Advanced Materials, biosensors, graphics technology, new information technology, researcher of the year.

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