UM Engineer creates concrete that heals itself

UM Engineer creates concrete that heals itself

UM Concrete Research

The “Bio-Inspired Genetically Engineered Self-Healing for Cementitious Materials” research, which has received National Science Foundation funding, has the potential to prolong the structural strength and life of concrete.

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