We're all created unique, and soon our 3D printed skin grafts will reflect that.
Research into thin, flexible electronics could soon mean cybernetic super powers for everyone.
Researchers at Stanford and UC Berkeley have created an ultra-sensitive artificial skin, one that detected a fly and butterfly landing on it. When developed further, it could be used on prosthetics to allow people to "feel" what they're touching in a much more natural way than anything possible now. Also, of course, robots.