In Japan, a team of scientists led by Takuso Aida created a unique self-healing screen for smartphones. In the future, such material will be used by manufacturers in the production of devices.
Scientists have invented a substance from polyester thiourea, which is used in the manufacture of a self-healing screen, actualnews.org reports. The material resembles glass by its consistency, degree of lumen and density. With physical damage, the novelty is capable of "self-healing". The recovery time depends only on the severity or severity of the impact.
Scientists have already created a similar material for smartphones, but he could get rid of scratches. Thiourea, invented by a Japanese professor, is capable of completely eliminating the damage. According to Takuso Aida, he discovered a novelty when he tried to investigate a new kind of glue.