Synthetic spider silk bonded with graphene can heal itself when wet

A giant golden orb weaver spider (Nephila pilipes

A protein within the silk of the enormous golden orb weaver spider (Nephila pilipes) helps it heal when moist.

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An artificial materials created from a protein in spider silk and bonded with graphene can rapidly restore itself and create curable electrical circuits.

Hsuan-Chen Wu Colleagues and colleagues at Nationwide Taiwan College collected silk from large golden orb-weaver spiders (nephila piles) and dissolved in a chemical known as hexafluoroisopropanol.

They dried the answer to kind a skinny movie and used a razor blade to make a small lower in it, about…

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