From AI to drug delivery: How phase change materials are disrupting your industry

From AI to drug delivery: How phase change materials are disrupting your industry

The term Phase Change Material (PCM) refers to a substance that has the ability to absorb and release large amounts of latent heat in the moments of its phase change. Put simply, a material that can store and release energy. Water is the simplest example of such a material. People have been familiar with PCMs for a long time, using them mainly for the heat management applications. Today they are widely being used in commercial applications such as building and construction. However, the era of PCMs has yet to come, with emerging high-tech applications varying from drug delivery to data storage, sophisticated biomarkers to artificial intelligence.

This report serves as a guide through the emerging applications for PCMs. The aim is to not only provide insight in the field of PCMs, but also to inspire ideas of how industries can leverage and use these materials in their own way and for their own applications. If you are unsure how these materials could impact your industry in the future, this is the right read for you.

From AI to drug delivery: How phase change materials are disrupting your industry
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