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Key test for re-healable concrete
by Paul Rincon, Science editor
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30 October 2012
On 30 October 2012 BBC News reported:
Experimental concrete that patches up cracks by itself is to undergo outdoor testing. The concrete contains limestone-producing bacteria, which are activated by corrosive rainwater working its way into the structure. The new material could potentially increase the service life of the concrete -- with considerable cost savings as a result. The work is taking place at Delft Technical University, the Netherlands.
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