14th International Conference on Materials Chemistry (MC14)

14th International conference on materials chemistry (MC14), Birmingham, United Kingdom, July 9, 2019 | © Courtesy of Agnieszka Topolska/De Gruyter/Flickr.
14th International conference on materials chemistry (MC14), Birmingham, United Kingdom, July 9, 2019 | © Courtesy of Agnieszka Topolska/De Gruyter/Flickr.

Between 8th and 11th July, 2019, the 14th International conference on materials chemistry (MC14) takes place in Birmingham, United Kingdom (UK).

A Blog Post by Pablo Markin.


This conference on materials chemistry has been a major global event in the field of materials sciences for two decades.

It is also a flagship conference for the Materials Chemistry Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry.

Hosted by prominent institutions around the world, this event is likely to have between 500-600 attendees.


The main themes of this conference are

  • Magnetic, electronic & optical materials,
  • Energy & environment,
  • Nanomaterials & porous materials,
  • Soft matter & biomaterials.

At the stand of De Gruyter at this event, its flyers promote journals in the field of Materials Sciences that are based both on various Open Access models as well as on subscriptions.

De Gruyer also presents books published in chemistry and related areas, such as nanochemistry, with a 20% discount, if ordered at the conference.

Authors from the UK are entitled to discounts when publishing in the Open Access journals of De Gruyter, if they are affiliated with institutions that have Membership Agreements with this publisher.

British authors from universities participating in JISC: Open Access Institutional Membership Agreement with De Gruyter are entitled to a 20% discount when publishing in its Gold and hybrid Open Access journals.

Conference attenders may also be interested in the nano Online database of De Gruyter on Physics, Chemistry and Materials Science at the Nanoscale.


Featured Image Credits: 14th International conference on materials chemistry (MC14), Birmingham, United Kingdom, July 9, 2019 | © Courtesy of Agnieszka Topolska/De Gruyter.


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