Scientists develop a new "liquid metal" that will let you print circuits

Three Chinese scientists have developed a new liquid metal that can be printed as if it was ink in a normal printer. The metal stays liquid at room temperature and will adhere to most materials.

Three Chinese scientists say they’ve found a way to create a metal that’s liquid at room temperatures, can be printed as if it was ink in ordinary, everyday desktop printers, and will adhere to surfaces as diverse and supple as rubber, paper, cotton T-shirts, or a leaf off an oak tree.

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