Goodyear develops self-regenerating 'spider-silk' tires for electric cars

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'reCharge' concept tires designed be both 'extremely durable and 100 per cent biodegradable', firm claims

Goodyear has unveiled designs for new ultra-durable tires made from biodegradable materials, which it claims can both "self-regenerate" and adapt to changing road conditions, in a move aimed at helping...

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