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Self healing polymer fixes itself under UV light
posted May 4 2011 20:17.42 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I do know some people that will love this invention! Researchers at Case Western Reserve University have discovered a new polymer-based material that can heal itself when placed under ultraviolet light for less than a minute! Imagine the possibilities! No more worries for you scratched furniture or this nasty spot on your car! Watch the following video.



[Link: popsci]
Tags: discovery   inventions   new materials   science   
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