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EU Scientists Testing 'Self-Healing' Robots

WorldNews Wednesday, 7 August 2019
EU Scientists Testing 'Self-Healing' RobotsA European commission-funded project is working to help craft robots with soft hands made from a unique plastic that could be widely catered to human needs, according to The Guardian. Scientists at the Free University of Brussels and the University of Cambridge said they were hoping to craft the "self-healing" robots using sensors that would mimic the feeling of pain or the ability to sense incoming damage to repair themselves without needing human assistance. Researchers said they have already crafted polymers which can successfully mend themselves by creating new bonds after 40 minutes, but also want to embed sensor fibers inside the polymer to find where the damage is located inside the...
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