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Submission + - Self-healing composites

wired_parrot writes: A new technique pioneered by the university of Bristol offers the possibility of composite structures that can heal themselves. The technology would be available to market in 4 years, where asides from safety benefits in aerospace applications, it should reduce the weight of composite structures.
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Self-healing composites

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