Touch-Sensitive Graphene Skin Stretches and Snaps Back Into Place 

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There are already machines out there equipped with good pressure sensors, but those sensors are rarely sensitive or durable enough to make the machines as useful as humans at performing fine motor tasks. A new kind of graphene “skin” could change that, making it possible to create touch-sensitive robotic hands or even whole robotic medical assistants.

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