Iranian Researcher Develops 'Self-Healing' Material for Robots

Iranian Researcher Develops 'Self-Healing' Material for Robots شنبه 5 خرداد 1397 - 11:27

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have developed a new self-healing material that allows machines to repair themselves under extreme mechanical damage.

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