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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.
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    We also partner with the right organizations to leverage our expertise for your benefit, bringing unparalleled knowledge and expertise in the electroactive polymer arena. As an industry leader in...
  • News - 8 May 2013
    Notwithstanding decades of RnD and first applications, the electroactive polymer (EAP) market hasn’t reached maturity yet. There is a range of characteristics, such as performance and long-term...
  • 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 - 11 Feb 2011
    Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Electro - Active Polymers Market Trends, Applications and Forecasts (2009-2014)" report to their offering. Technological...
  • News - 5 Oct 2010
    Arkema has announced the acquisition of French company PIEZOTECH which designs and manufactures electroactive fluorinated polymers, thereby enhancing its portfolio with a new range of ultra high...
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    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...
  • Article - 27 Mar 2020
    Researchers have developed electroactive polymer patches to repair damaged heart tissues following cardiovascular events such as stroke and myocardial infarctions.