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JRM Most Cited Paper Award 2021

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JRM Most Cited Paper Award 2021


The Most Cited Paper Award 2021 is presented to papers which received the most frequent citation in 2020, among those published in Journal of Renewable Materials between 1 January 2018 and 31 December 2019. Only verifiable counts of citations from Web of Science and Scopus are eligible.

Most Cited Paper Award is presented annually which recognizes the high citation impact of papers published in the journal. The winners will receive an award certificate and an APC waiver for one article accepted by the journal that is submitted within 12 months after receiving the award.


We are pleased to present the JRM Most Cited Paper Award 2021to:


  • Most Cited Research Paper published in 2018

Novel Bio-based Flame Retardant Systems Derived from Tannic Acid

Fouad LAOUTID, Valeriia KARASEVA, Lucie COSTES, Sylvain BROHEZ, Rosica MINCHEVA, Philippe DUBOIS

Journal of Renewable Materials, Vol.6, No.6, 2018


  • Most Cited Review published in 2018

Review of Cellulose Smart Material: Biomass Conversion Process and Progress on Cellulose-Based Electroactive Paper

S.H. Hassan, Lee Hwei Voon, T.S. Velayutham, Lindong Zhai, Hyun Chan Kim, Jaehwan Kim

Journal of Renewable Materials, Vol.6, No.1, 2018


  • Most Cited Research Paper published in 2019

Compression Behaviors of Parallel Bamboo Strand Lumber Under Static Loading

Haitao Li, Zhenyu Qiu, Gang Wu, Dongdong Wei, Rodolfo Lorenzo, Conggan Yuan, Huizhong Zhang, Rong Liu

Journal of Renewable Materials, Vol.7, No.7, 2019


  • Most Cited Review published in 2019

Recent Development of Cardanol Based Polymer Materials-A Review

Puyou Jia, Fei Song, Qiaoguang Li, Haoyu Xia, Mei Li, Xugang Shu, Yonghong Zhou

Journal of Renewable Materials, Vol.7, No.7, 2019

JRM Editorial would like to take this opportunity to thank all the authors who’ve contributed their research findings and in-depth thoughts to the journal. We hope this award will encourage the best minds to release their best work in JRM.