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November 2017
Theme: Catalysts for Nanocarbon Growth
Guest Editors: Peter A. Thrower (The Pennsylvania State University) and Hui-Ming Cheng (Chinese Academy of Sciences)

December 2017
Theme: DNA Nanotechnology: A Foundation for Programmable Nanoscale Materials
Guest Editors: Mark Bathe (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Paul W.K. Rothemund (California Institute of Technology)

January 2018
Theme: Dealloyed Nanoporous Materials with Interface-Controlled Behavior
Guest Editors: Jörg Weissmüller (Hamburg University of Technology, Germany) and Karl Sieradzki (Arizona State University)

February 2018
Theme: Materials for Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording (HAMR)
Guest Editors: Randall Victora (University of Minnesota) and Mark Kief (Seagate Technology)

March 2018
Theme: Materials for Energy Harvesting
Guest Editors: Shashank Priya (Virginia Tech) and Takao Mori (National Institute for Materials Science, Japan)

April 2018
Theme: Caloric Effects in Ferroic Materials
Guest Editors: Sebastian Fähler (IFW Dresden, Germany) and Vitalij K. Pecharsky (The Ames Laboratory)

May 2018
Theme: Materials for Advanced Semiconductor Memories
Guest Editors: Cheol Seong Hwang (Seoul National University, South Korea) and Bernard Dieny (SPINTEC/CEA, France)

June 2018
Theme: Materials for Nonreciprocal Photonics
Guest Editors: Lei Bi (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China) and Zheng Wang (University of Texas at Austin) 

July 2018
Theme: Ultrafast Imaging of Materials Dynamics
Guest Editors: David J. Flannigan (University of Minnesota) and Aaron M. Lindenberg (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford University) 

August 2018
Theme: Lead-free Piezoceramics
Guest Editors: Jürgen Rödel (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany) and Jing-Feng Li (Tsinghua University, China) 

September 2018
Theme: Data-Centric Science for Materials Innovation
Guest Editors: Isao Tanaka (Kyoto University, Japan), Krishna Rajan (University at Buffalo--The State University of New York) and Christopher M. Wolverton (Northwestern University) 

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