Fascinating look at smart materials

Whether we realise it or not, smart materials are making a real impact on everyday life. Kettles that change colour when they boil, garments that plug into MP3 players and batteries that 'report' their condition are all examples of the application of materials exhibiting 'smart' behaviour.

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