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Plasticity may refer to:
- Plasticity (physics), in physics and engineering, plasticity is the propensity of a material to undergo permanent deformation under load.
The characteristics of material by which it undergoes inelastic strain beyond those at the elastic limit is known as plasticity
- Neuroplasticity, in neuroscience, how entire brain structures, and the brain itself, can change from experience
- Phenotypic plasticity, in biology, describes the ability of an organism to change its phenotype in response to changes in the environment
Art and entertainment
- Plastic arts, such as clay sculpture, in which material is formed or deformed into a new, permanent shape
- Plasticity, an album by Cabaret Voltaire (band)
- "Plasticities", a song by Andrew Bird, from the album Armchair Apocrypha
- Plasticity Forum is a conference on the future of plastic and how to reduce impacts on the environment.
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