There have been a number of attempts to commercialize bulk metallic glass over the past 20 years. William L. Johnson, the Mettler Professor of Materials Science at California Institute of Technology, has been a prominent figure in these efforts and gives Nature Materials his perspective on the topic.
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William L. Johnson is a co-owner of Glassimetal Technology.
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Plummer, J. Is metallic glass poised to come of age?. Nature Mater 14, 553–555 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1038/nmat4297
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