Taylor and Francis

Taylor and Francis sponsor the Joint Conference of the British and German Liquid Crystal Societies, 2016.

Taylor and Francis

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Liquid Crystals

Editor: Professor C. T. Imrie, University of Aberdeen, UK

Liquid Crystals publishes accounts of original research concerned with all aspects of liquid crystal science and technology, including experimental and theoretical studies ranging from molecular design and synthesis to applications engineering. The journal focus is on liquid crystalline supermolecular organization and self-assembly in a wide range of materials, including thermotropic, lyotropic, interfacial, chiral, ferroelectric, polymer, micro/nanocomposite, biological and related soft-matter liquid crystal systems.


Liquid Crystals Reviews

Editor: Oleg D. Lavrentovich, Kent State University, USA

Liquid Crystals Reviews publishes review articles on all aspects of liquid crystal fundamental and applied science, including experimental and theoretical studies of physical and chemical properties, molecular design and synthesis and engineering of liquid crystal devices. The Journal fosters cross-disciplinary exchange of ideas, encouraging the authors to present the material at a level accessible to specialists from other fields of science and engineering.


Liquid Crystals Today

Editor: Ingo Dierking, University of Manchester, UK

Since its launch in 1990, Liquid Crystals Today, the newsletter of the ILCS, has been welcomed by the liquid crystal community as a unique forum for feature articles, book reviews, conference reports and various news items relating to liquid crystal scientists, events and developments.


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