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Liquidmetal Technologies
30452 Esperanza
Rancho Santa Margarita
California
CA 92688
USA
[t] +1 949.635.2100
[f] +1 949.635.2188
[W] http://www.liquidmetal.com/


Liquidmetal Technologies is a leading force in the research, development and commercialisation of amorphous metals. This revolutionary class of patented alloys and processes form the basis of high performance materials utilised in a broad range of medical, military, consumer, industrial, and sporting goods products.



Discovered by researchers at the  California Institute of Technology, the home of 32 Nobel Prize awards, Liquidmetal alloys’ unique atomic structure enables applications that have not been possible before. This revolutionary class of patented alloys and composites redefine performance and design paradigms institutionalised by traditional materials.



As Liquidmetal Technologies controls the intellectual property rights with more than 50 US patents, its high performance materials are dramatically changing the way companies develop new products.



Liquidmetal Technologies’ principal executive offices are located in Rancho Santa Margarita, California, along with the Corporate R&D Technology Center.


Liquidmetal material "could feature on the new iPhone 6"
22 July, 2013
Many Apple fans across the globe may be awaiting the arrival of the iPhone 5S this year but many are already looking forward to the 2014 model which is tipped to be the iPhone 6. This is due to the fact that the handset is set to boast an entirely new design and new reports have emerged that have suggested that this device may be constructed from a new type of material named Liquidmetal.
 
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