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Issue: September 2007, page: 6
Nanoengineered skin for structures reveals cracks and corrosion beneath
Researchers at the University of Michigan (U-M), USA, have developed a so-called “skin” for buildings and other structures that reveals the health of the underlying structure andmaterials beneath, for use in structures such as aircraft, bridges and buildings.