Doctoral student Chao Wang and his team at University of California, Riverside have created a new material that stretches up to 50 times its size. The material, modelled on the properties of human skin, can heal itself. In theory that could make wearable devices impossible to break. Photo: Wang Lab

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Doctoral student Chao Wang and his team at University of California, Riverside have created a new material that stretches up to 50 times its size. The material, modelled on the properties of human skin, can heal itself. In theory that could make wearable devices impossible to break. Photo: Wang Lab
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