Better, Faster, and Cheaper: How Emerging Design and Manufacturing Tools Improve Materials Development

Developers face rising pressure to bring novel, high performance materials to market faster and cheaper. Yet, most materials fail to meet commercial expectations, and lengthy timelines limit attractiveness to investors. On average, materials R&D takes as long today as it did decades ago. Now, emergi...

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