New soft robotic skin automatically heals itself, even if you shoot it full of holes

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If there's one thing that scientists absolutely should be working on, it's a self-regenerating robo-Deadpool or the eerily-fluid T-1000 Terminator. Thankfully, a team of scientists just took an important first step towards building a robot that can keep on truckin' even with a couple of bullet holes improve its ventilation. Okay, so maybe they weren't working on killer robots and (probably) didn't subject their research to gunfire, but what they did do is create a soft, flexible electronic material that can automatically repair its circuits when it gets damaged. The new "skin" is made of droplets of liquid metal housed within a rubber-like material that can bend, fold, and stretch. Calling it "self-repairing" is a bit of a misnomer, as the stretchy material won't stitch itself together.

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