Saudi scientists have stunned the world with their amazing work.



Modern education has been practiced in Saudi Arabia for the past three or four decades, but young Saudis have quickly mastered their skills in science and technology.  However, this time Saudi scientists have astonished the world by performing a very remarkable feat.

A team of researchers at Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah University of Science and Technology has developed a strong, flexible and sensitive artificial skin that can repair itself 5,000 times.  The skin could be used in artificial limbs in the future. The British newspaper Daily Mail quoted a study published in the scientific journal SCIENCE ADVANCES as saying that the new invention has been dubbed the "electronic skin".

 The use of this skin could be developed in the future to monitor human health or the structural condition of airplanes because it is as sensitive as human skin. Even before that, many scientists have used human electrical clones as "electronic".  Tried to use but previous attempts have failed to achieve standard cloning results.

 However, this prototype, developed by Saudi researchers, can understand objects from a distance of up to eight inches, communicate with objects in less than a tenth of a second, and repair itself more than 5,000 times.  This ideal electronic skin has been adapted to many of the natural functions of human skin, such as the sensation of temperature and the natural response to touch.

 Properly flexible electronics make skin that can perform such delicate tasks while meeting the challenges of everyday life, Kai said. Previous efforts have given human skin a new layer made of active nanomaterials  ۔  It works like a stretchable layer of youthful skin. But the connection between the two layers was often weak or very strong, which reduced its stability, sensitivity or elasticity, causing it to break.  It was more likely. Dr. Kai said that the experiments of making e-skin are changing at an amazing pace.  The advent of two-dimensional sensors has intensified efforts to incorporate these mechanically thin and strong materials into functional and durable synthetic leather.


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