A new 3D printed gel that can heal like living tissue, and change form in response to environments, has myriad applications from fixing cracked phone screens to adaptive camouflage
The self-repairing machine could keep mission-critical systems working.
Computer scientists have created a revolutionary new computer that can reprogram itself if it finds a fault. The computer mimics the randomness found in nature and can instantly recover from crashes by repairing corrupted data.
UV light illustrates how the epoxy resin bleeds into a fracture
You may have heard about about Greece’s self-healing house, now aerospace engineers at Bristol University have applied the concept to the development of self-repairing aircraft.