New self-repairing material invented at Stanford
from ABC News
Nov. 14, 2012:
The latest invention from Stanford University's Department of Electrical Engineering sounds like something a superhero would have. A self-repairing plastic-metal material has been developed by a team of professors, researchers and graduate students. This is the first material of its kind that can sense pressure and heal itself when burned, torn or cut — a little bit like human skin. The Stanford researchers report on their "flexible and electrically conducting material" in the journal Nature Nanotechnology.
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