21 dic. 2017

Carbon Nanotubes make for Super-Strong Spider Silk

A professor of solid and structural mechanics at the University of Trento in Italy has come up with a way of combining natural spider silk and artificial graphene-based nanoparticles to produce a lightweight material three times stronger than steel. What's more, this material is spun naturally by the spiders themselves, bypassing the need for problematic manufacturing processes.

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