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March 25th, 2004

Metamaterials with new electromagnetic properties

Abstract:
The development of new types of artificial materials, known as “metamaterials” and with electromagnetic properties not found in nature, is the aim of the Metamorphose Excellence European Network, of which the Public University of Navarre forms part, together with twenty-one other research institutions from 13 European countries. Metamaterials are electromagnetic and multifunctional artificial materials, created in order to comply with certain specifications.

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