DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/bzmpc9/polymer) has announced the addition of the "Polymer Chameleons - 9 Dimensional Assessment (Technical Insights) " report to their offering.
Stimuli Responsive Polymers (SRP), otherwise known as Polymer Chameleons, are fast gaining attention and have widespread opportunities in different industries. A huge number of research studies are being carried out across the globe on development of novel polymeric systems and their different applications. This, in turn, can open new avenues for the widespread adoption of polymer chameleons in various industries. The objective of this research study titled Polymer Chameleons9 Dimensional Assessment is to provide a macroscopic view of the stimuli responsive polymer technology and assess it based on nine pre-defined criteria.
This research service evaluates Polymer Chameleons or Stimuli responsive polymers across nine different matrices including IP Intensity, Market Potential, Funding Scenario, Global Footprint, Year of Impact, Potential Points of Convergence, Size of Innovation Ecosystem to name a few. The research service also highlights the broad level industry drivers and challenges that impact the adoption of polymer chameleons along with a detailed technology overview.
The research service has been conducted to analyze the prospects of the technology from varied market and technology related aspects to provide a holistic view of stimuli responsive polymers.
The 9 dimensions used for assessment are given below
- Year of Impact
- Market Potential
- Global Footprint
- IP Activity
- Breath of Industries
- Impact on Megatrends
- Potential Points of Convergence
- Size of Innovation Ecosystem
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Industry Overview
3. Year Of Impact
4. Global Footprint
5. Intellectual Property (IP)Activity
6. Funding Scenario
7. Market Potential
8. Breadth Of Industries
9. Impact On Megatrends
10. Potential Points Of Convergence
11. Size Of Innovation Ecosystem
12. Key Contacts
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