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Submitted by armchaircritic00 1184d ago | news

Stanford Scientists Develop Pressure-Sensitive, Self-Healing 'E-Skin'

NRM writes "While work continues to be carried out on material that could ‘bruise’ to signal levels of damage (posing a future where the iPhone distorts in colour as wear and tear occurs), chemists and engineers at Stanford say they are on their way to developing a new ‘e-skin’ synthetic material that is not only sensitive to the touch, but also self-healing." (Hi-tech)

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