T.EVO April 2019
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SINGAPORE – A team of scientists at the University of Singapore (NUS) claim to have developed a self-healing, water-resistant ‘electronic skin’ material which it believes could be leveraged in soft robotic applications.

The material’s inception has been inspired by the inherent characteristics of jellyfish which are able to swiftly re-grow cells when damaged. It’s thought this case of biomimicry could greatly reduce the wide-scale issue of electronic waste, millions of tonnes of which is generated every year, by enabling materials to regenerate their functionality.

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