communicating the breadth & depth of chemistry’s impact on humankind
Under The Skin
with Zhenan Bao, Stanford University
Stanford chemical engineers have created a synthetic skin that can stretch like rubber, carry electricity, and self-heal. Working with chemical bonds, Zhenan Bao’s lab has chemically developed an entirely new class of synthetic polymers in order to create a highly functional replication of human skin.
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