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‘Miracle Material’ Discovery Could End Cracked Smart Devices

Currently, most parts of a smart phone are made of silicon and other compounds, which are expensive and break easily, but with almost 1.5 billion smart phones purchased worldwide last year, manufacturers are on the lookout for something more durable and less costly. Dr Elton Santos from Queen’s University’s School

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