Scientists Working on Lighter Bullet-Stopping Wood Stronger Than Steel

Scientists are working on a simple, inexpensive process that can transform normal hardwoods, such as oak or maple into a tough, durable material that is stronger than steel, perhaps even titanium. The practical applications of using this improved wood are open to anything, including bullet-resistant armor. Wood is abundant and relatively low-cost—it literally grows on More » …read more

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