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+ - Self-healing polymer means scratch-free screens->

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techprophet
techprophet writes "

Material scientists from the University of Southern Mississippi have created a new polymer that can fix its own scratches under regular sunlight, a feat that has no end of practical applications. ... In today's issue of Science, Biswajit Ghosh and Marek Urban from the University of Southern Mississippi present a new polymer design that can employ UV light from the Sun to activate a latent self-pair capacity.

Now if only they had self-healing filesystems. Wait, you mean they do?"
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