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Disruptive materials are key inputs in emerging, next-generation technologies. See how the forecasted market value for these materials is expected to surge by billions in the coming decade. (Sponsored content) The post The Future Value of Disruptive Materials appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
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A handful of materials are increasingly crucial for the next generation of emerging technologies. But as the data shows, the U.S. is heavily reliant on foreign nations to supply these materials. (Sponsored) The post Disruptive Materials: Visualizing America’s Import Dependency appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
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Disruptive materials are experiencing a demand supercycle. See how these materials are helping revolutionize next generation technologies. The post Should You Invest in Disruptive Materials? appeared first on Visual Capitalist.