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The Physics Of Non-Newtonian Goo Could Save Astronauts’ Lives
Understanding its mechanism will help researchers create better space suits and even concussion preventing helmets
The Future Of War: Soldier Enhancements
Grunts in the field will get a much-needed upgrade
MIT Researchers 3D-Print Body Armor Inspired By Fish Scales
New scale mail unveiled
Poland Developing Liquid Body Armor
Oobleck versus bullets
Army Wants To 3-D Scan Recruits’ Bodies To Build Better Armor
Male and female soldiers may have anatomical differences, military research finds
Ex-Chief Of U.S. Military Supplier To Go To Prison For Insider Trading
And fraud. And lying to auditors. And obstruction of justice. Boy did this guy screw up.
U.S. Army to Test Body Armor Built Specifically For Women
The majority of engineers are men. The majority of U.S. Army soldiers are also men. So when a new piece...
Ultra-Tough Mantis Shrimp Claws Could Lead to Better Body Armor
Perhaps no creature packs a more intimidating punch — especially relative to its size — than the peacock mantis shrimp....
Blending Wool and Kevlar Could Make Better, Lighter Body Armor
The power of natural fibers
New Nanospheres are the Stiffest Biological Materials Ever Created, Surpassing Kevlar
Protein tougher than metal could be used to print out body armor