Vampires, aside from their ability to turn into bats, read minds and incredible speed, they are also able to regenerate their wounds in a blink of an eye. But is it possible for us humans to heal in such as short rate of time?

Well, here's a great news for you! NASA discovered a simple and inexpensive way for us to heal our wounds faster. They call it electric bandages.

It is revealed that NASA has developed a new material that uses electricity to advocate healing of wounds. The human blood behave quite differently. Wounds are much likely to heal slowly.

We are not a super hero nor have a gift of healing like wolverine, but healing wounds as fast as possible is crucial.

The material is called Polyvinylidene Flouride (PVDF). It has many possible and helpful uses. A senior materials scientist at NASA's Langley Reseaech Center, Emilie Siochi, said: "If the PDVF fibres are aligned correctly, cells on a wound use it as a scaffold, helping the wound heal faster."

The easiest way to align the fibres is to make a gauze.

"The invention is simple and inexpensive means of producing fibres and mats of controlled fibre diameter, prorosity and thickness" NASA added.

Science is still striving for more innovative ideas for the better and convenient living of every individual.

Aside from the hospital, their invention can be useful in the fields of military, which are in need of immediate medical attention during battle.