Engineers' trick builds tougher body armour


By Charles Choi A TECHNIQUE used for centuries to support the weight of buildings and bridges has inspired the development of a new type of armour. The tough, lightweight material is made of a network of microscopic trusses, miniature versions of the triangular scaffolds used to support tall buildings and bridges. The researchers who created the material, at the Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies, part of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will use it to develop lightweight armour for soldiers and uncrewed aircraft, and stronger,
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