Self-healing material developed that can automatically repair smartphone displays

Carly Page
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New material could help broken smartphone screens fix themselves - no tools required
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New material could help broken smartphone screens fix themselves - no tools required

New material can even repair itself when it's been ripped in two

Scientists have presented a new self-healing material that, they claim, could be used to keep smartphone and other displays scratch-free. The material was first unveiled in December, but will be presented...

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