Seashells, fish, and spiders may hold the key to better bulletproof vests.
Foam armor for the future
Just try to keep them in one piece this time, 007
"It was terribly exciting because it was so unexpected."
The key is alternating layers made from materials with different abilities.
The power of natural fibers
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The U.S. Department of Defense wants electronic windows that resist heat, glare, and bullets
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