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That’s what the market research fraternity seem to think. Talking to the analysts, those financial heavyweights with the power to urge ‘buy’ or ‘sell’, Frost & Sullivan’s Joseph Constance discussed the newest first part of a Frost & Sullivan two part report on Smart Materials, but never let a figure slip.

As disappointing as the Chaussures Nike Vintage Pas Cher 3i survey on nanotechnology, this report considers that smart materials are, still, after decades, only a ‘frontier’ technology. Expect plenty of interesting applications, lots of research, but no hard figures.

In other reports on Smart Materials from BCC, market figures give way to a technology assessment, (a patent review, Blazer Nike and a look at market potential) and finally a report that focus on niche smart areas – sol gel. But, frontier or emerging, everyone is still shy of smart market numbers, year on year.

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