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+ - `Terminator` robots that can self-heal->

Submitted by kulnor
kulnor (856639) writes ""Researchers in Spain have discovered the first self-healing polymer that spontaneously and independently repairs itself without any intervention. The new material could be used to improve the security and lifetime of plastic parts in everyday products such as electrical components, cars and even houses. The researchers have dubbed the material a "Terminator" polymer in tribute to the shape-shifting, molten T-100 terminator robot from the 'Terminator 2' film.""
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