A material that can mimic the functionality of octopus and squid skin has been developed by the researchers at the University of Illinois, Urbana and University of Houston.
The newly created material has the quality of changing color so that it could match its surrounding environment. According to the scientists, the prototype material can currently change from white to black and vice-versa. But they are confident of developing a more complex next version that posses a...
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