education - J Adam Fenster
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A shape memory material can be deformed into a temporary shape that holds its form until it is triggered to revert to its permanent shape by application of heat, as shown in this multiple exposure photograph made January 11, 2016. University of Rochester researchers in the lab of associate professor of chemical engineering Mitchell Anthamatten have precisely tuned such an elastomer to change its shape when heated just beneath the human body temperature. // photo by J. Adam Fenster / University of Rochester

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