2008 NIST-RTI Survey about Combi for Organic Polymers

Attention: Individuals working in polymer research.
Combinatorial methods are revolutionizing materials science by accelerating the pace and quality of R&D. Since 2002, the NIST
Combinatorial Methods Center (NCMC) has worked with industry to fuel this revolution by developing new combi techniques for organic polymer research.
NIST and the non-profit research group RTI International are working together to study how NCMC has impacted the adoption and development of combi. The results of this study are vital to NISTís future strategic planning efforts.
As members of the material science community, your input is essential to our study! Please contribute to this important research effort by completing the short web-survey located at https://combisurvey.rti.org /.
The survey is estimated to take 15 minutes to complete and focuses on your use and adoption of combi methods. No questions about products or R&D strategies will be asked and all information you provide will be held confidential.
This survey is only open until December 12, 2008!
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