Scientists have created living skin for robots made of human skin cells that can repair themselves!

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Scientists have invented a “living” human-like skin for robots that is water-repellent, self-healing, and has a realistic fleshy appearance.

As reported by BGR, Japanese scientists used human skin cells to create a “living skin equivalent” that works in a similar way to human skin. The lab-made skin successfully generated the look and touch of real human skin, and as such, it was found to repel water and repair itself when injured with minor wounds and abrasions, much like living organisms.

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