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A report on the early years of combinatorial materials science and technology. High throughput technologies HTT are found in life science and materials laboratories. While in life sciences HTT became long standard for academia as well as industry, HTT in materials became standard in industry, but not in academia. In life science successful drugs developed with HTT have been reported, while there is no information on successful materials, which made it to the market. Some initial development of HTT in materials sciences is summarized, especially the early applications of artificial intelligence are mentioned. The outlook attempts to summarize the changes of combinatorial materials sciences from the early years to today.
This article was published in the following journal.
Name: ACS combinatorial science
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