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Technion Scientists Develop Self~Healing Sensor That May Be Used in Synthetic Skin
Science & Tech  (tags: skin, artificial skin, concept, design, health, humans, medicine, research, science, technology, Israel )

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Imagine an artificial skin that heals itself. Imagine a prosthetic limb that has a sense of touch. These incredible advances are a step closer to reality thanks to chemical engineering researchers at the Technion~Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa

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