Project looks to bio-hybrid systems for self-healing products

Bristol University is leading a £3m EPSRC-funded project that will investigate the manufacture of new materials made up of biological and non-biological parts that self-heal or regenerate. The three-year Manufacturing Immortality Project will focus initially on creating materials for use in inaccessible places such as deep-sea cables or radioactive sites. Further forward, the research could […] The post Project looks to bio-hybrid systems for self-healing products appeared first on The Engineer.

Project looks to bio-hybrid systems for self-healing products

Bristol University is leading a £3m EPSRC-funded project that will investigate the manufacture of new materials made up of biological and non-biological parts that self-heal or regenerate. ...

Fri 12 Jan 18 from The Engineer

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