In Finland, a remarkable material was developed that conducts electricity and self-repairs within seconds, even if it is torn in half

The new self-repairing and electricity-producing materials developed in Finland are like something out of science fiction movies.

The broken object repairs itself. Another material generates electricity from light, temperature changes, and mechanical movement. The ceramic materials developed at the microelectronics research unit of the University of Oulu are like something out of science fiction stories.

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