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PITTSBURGH – A research team from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Pennsylvania have created an electrically conductive material which remains operational even after sustaining physical damage. Published in the journal Nature Materials, the CMU team outlines the potential for this stretchy material to be one day integrated within wearable textile technologies.

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