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    Memry was founded in 1983 in Stamford, Connecticut to develop commercial applications for the emerging shape memory alloy business. Originally focused on a family of copper-based shape memory alloys...
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    Our pursuit is progress for people everywhere. That's why we take a closer look at things, ask questions, and think ahead. We've been around for more than 350 years, yet our majority owners...
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    Lux Research is a leading provider of tech-enabled research and advisory solutions, helping clients drive growth through technology innovation. A pioneer in the research industry, Lux uniquely...
  • News - 15 Sep 2022
    Shape memory polymers are a fascinating field of polymer research. Such materials have a wide range of uses, including in pharmaceutical, commercial, aerospace, textile products, and other...
  • News - 1 May 2018
    Researchers from the Kyoto University have reached a step closer to developing porous materials that can change and maintain their shapes—an attribute called shape-memory...
  • News - 3 Jul 2010
    A new shape memory alloy with up to now unprecedented functional stability was developed by researchers from the Institute for Materials at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum in cooperation with...
  • News - 24 Dec 2007
    In the world of commercial materials, lighter and cheaper is usually better, especially when those attributes are coupled with superior strength and special properties, such as a material's...
  • Article - 23 Mar 2010
    Shape memory materials (SMMs) are featured by the ability to recover their original shape from a significant and seemingly plastic deformation upon a particular stimulus is applied. This is known as...
  • Article - 11 Apr 2001
    Shape memory polyethylenes can be used for pipe repairs without the need for removing large sections of pipe or major excavations. This article describes how it the process works and the materials...
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    A video clip showing the use of shape memory alloys in aircraft wings could be used to reduce turbulence in airplanes. The shape memory effect of alloys of titanium, nickel and copper is demonstrated...