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10 Jun 2022, 12:44

Scientists craft sweaty, self-healing living human skin for robots

Scientists craft sweaty, self-healing living human skin for robots

Scientists craft sweaty, self-healing living human skin for robots

Scientists from Japan have brought us one step closer to human-like robots by crafting living human skin on robots which gave their fingers skin-like texture, as well as water-repellent and self-healing functions. While current silicone skin made for robots can mimic human appearance, it falls short when it comes to delicate textures like wrinkles and lacks skin-specific functions.

IISc scientist develops material that can help computers mimic brain-like functions
01 Feb 2022, 09:53

IISc scientist develops material that can help computers mimic brain-like functions

A scientist from Indian institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru, has worked on applications of emerging materials that can he...

Indian origin scientist named as the primary contributor to invention of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine
10 Nov 2021, 14:11

Indian origin scientist named as the primary contributor to invention of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine

A scientist of Indian origin has been identified by Moderna as the primary contributor to its Covid-19 vaccine. A filing by ...