Journal History

In the early years, the JKGI mirrored the ceramics industry magazine and was truly clay-based content with the most common ceramic products being bricks, sewer pipes, tiles, glass, dinnerware and china. The JKGI played a large role in turning the industry from narrow commercial interests to a broader scientific outlook.

Today, the JKGI is providing knowledge and forums to members who are shaping the way we think about materials science especially in the fields of ceramic-based science and technology.