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materials science

The field of science dedicated to analysis and creation of basic materials, such as ceramics, polymers and synthetic hybrids.
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Material Sciences Corporation's Smart Steel(R) was the winner of the 2019 Enlighten Award in the Enabling Technology category.
'The rapid evolution of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other data science techniques is creating new opportunities for advances in chemistry and material sciences,' said U.S.
Part of the Advanced Materials Research series, this volume contains selected peer reviewed papers from the 2015 Spring International Conference on Material Science and Technology (MST-S) held on April 14-16, 2015 in Beijing, China.
4 March 2014 - US Material Sciences Corp (NASDAQ:MASC), a producer of material-based solutions for acoustical and coated applications, said that proxy advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) had recommended its pending takeover by steel metal service centres operator New Star Metals Inc, part of buyout firm Insight Equity Holdings LLC.
The transaction was agreed at a price of USD12.75 (EUR9.26) a share in cash, which was 13.6% higher than Material Sciences' closing price on 8 January and corresponded to a fully diluted equity value of some USD139m.
They are able to major in material sciences or metallurgical engineering with an emphasis in metalcasting.
International Resource News-October 26, 2016--Continuous Colour Coat changes name to Material Sciences Corporation-Toronto
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 14, 2014-Insight Equity's New Star buy of Material Sciences gets HSR clearance
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 9, 2014-Insight Equity's New Star agrees buy of Material Sciences
Material Sciences Corporation (NASDAQ: MASC), a provider of material-based solutions for acoustic and coated metal applications, has chosen SM Berger & Company.
Dutch life sciences and material sciences company Royal DSM (AMS:DSM) said on Wednesday it had agreed to dispose of its business unit Thermoplastic Elastomers (Sarlink) to US chemicals company Teknor Apex, without revealing the price.