Osaka University Researchers Develop Self-Healing Materials for Drier Environments

an associate professor at Osaka University, told Design News that prior to their research, self-healing polymers have been categorized into two types: physical approach and chemical approach. The physical mechanism often relies on polyrotaxane, a …
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