This Self-Healing Material was Developed at Penn State

 - May 24, 2016
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This new self-healing material was unveiled by a team of researchers at Penn State that has the ability to be cut in half and still be put back together without the need for glues or tools.

The material is a nano-composite material that could have a number of modern uses in the technology world from being used to create wearables, to other innovative purposes.

The self-healing material was created by a team led by professor Qing Wang and shows the ability to be moved, bent, stretched and flexed. When cut in half, the material can be placed back together and, after a short period of time, will be repaired like new and be ready to be used once again.