Scientists create self-healing material which could repair airplanes in mid-flight

June 11, 2015 by  
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First there were video phones and then along came self-driving cars. Now, it looks like another sci-fi cliché, is set to become a part of everyday life. Scientists at the University of Bristol in England have spent three years developing a self-healing material that could repair airplane wings mid-flight, fix cracks in bicycle frames and heal small fissures in wind turbines. Read the rest of Scientists create self-healing material which could repair airplanes in mid-flight Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: aircraft , airplanes , bicycle frames , carbon fibre , planes , self-healing planes , self-healing technology , self-healing wings , Technology , university of bristol , wind turbines

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Scientists create self-healing material which could repair airplanes in mid-flight

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