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  • Article - 17 Sep 2001
    Electroactive polymers (EAPs) are those, which respond to external electrical stimulation by displaying a significant shape or size displacement. They have shown promise to mimic the movements of...
  • Article - 26 Jan 2017
    Electroactive polymers are flexible, elastic materials that change size or shape due to an applied electric field.
  • News - 6 May 2011
    DeltaTRAK has released PrimePro EAP, a new range of ethylene adsorption packaging products that increase the shelf life vegetables and fruits. The new product removes ethylene gas from the...
  • News - 2 Apr 2020
    Refreshable braille displays translate information from computer screens into raised characters, often along the bottom of a keyboard. But this technology can cost thousands of dollars and is limited,...
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    FemtoTools is a Swiss high-tech company that offers award-winning, ultra high-precision instruments for mechanical testing and robotic handling in the micro- and nanodomains. This new generation of...
  • News - 4 Oct 2010
    Strategic Polymer Sciences, Inc. (SPS), an innovator in electroactive polymer (EAP) technology, received a $1 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven...
  • News - 21 Nov 2006
    DSM Venturing, the corporate venturing unit of Royal DSM N.V., today announced that it has taken a share of 10% in the advanced materials company Micromuscle. Micromuscle has developed electro-active...
  • Book
    Electroactive polymers (EAPs) respond to electrical stimulation with large deformations. They are dynamic actuators which have attracted attention from an interdisciplinary audience of engineers and...
  • News - 2 May 2013
    Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Electroactive Polymers and Devices 2013-2018: Forecasts, Technologies, Players" report to their offering. A $2.5bn opportunity by...
  • News - 30 Nov 2006
    DSM Venturing, the corporate venturing unit of Royal DSM N.V., has announced that it has taken a share of 10% in the advanced materials company Micromuscle. Micromuscle has developed electro-active...