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New Super Glue Could Help Us Make Squishy Batteries and Electronics

Scientists are hard at work on materials made of a new type of material known as a hydra-gel. Many creatures are adaptable and flexible. They allow us to handle shock and adapt to […] The post New Super Glue Could Help Us Make Squishy Batteries and Electronics appeared first on Geek.com.
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