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Swiss researchers have developed soft Artificial Skin

The self-sensing mechanism can be used for varying applications

Of all the five senses that we have, including hearing & vision, the sense of touch is perhaps one of the most important ones in determining how we interact with the world around us. It becomes even more important when we use technology that extends the realms of…

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