Humans’ sense of touch can pick up on differences as minute as a single layer of molecules, according to new research. Image credits Pedro Figueras. Our sense of touch comes in very handy. Through it, we can easily discriminate between a wide range of surfaces, from wood, paper and metal to glass and plastics, chiefly due…
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