3D-printed bionic skin can give bots a sense of touch, protect soldiers from explosions

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Scientists create artificial skin that sprouts new hairs and sweats

Creating artificial skin may sound weird, but it can be extremely useful (or even life saving) for people who suffered from burns or any type of similar accident; it is also useful for testing drugs or cosmetic products. Skin transplants are a growing need, and many teams from across the world hope to one day be able to create artificial

Paper skin made with Post-it notes, aluminium foil and other household items

Inspired to ‘make tomorrow now’, an industrious team of Saudi researchers baffled everyone by demonstrating an artificial skin made with household items.