Japanese researchers develop self-healing glass "by accident"

Nicholas Fearn
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Self-healing glass actually exists

Researchers based in Japan have developed a type of glass that's capable of healing after it is broken, reports The Guardian. According to the academics, the glass is made from a low-weight poly...

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