Recently, I thought that it would be great to have a flexible phone, as you can put it into your pocket and it will bend, instead of crashing. A quite safe thing to have. But to achieve this all elements must be made of materials, that allow flexible actions. And humanity is taking new steps on this road.
A flexible Flesh Memory made of graphene and molybdenite was created in Switzerland by researchers at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). It is an interesting invention indeed. Frankly speaking, being far from the technology I was fascinated by the scheme of the structure. Of course, reading the explanation of the essence behind was a joy too, but if you ask me to repeat, I'll hardly do it.
Do we really need such inventions?