27. Nanostructured Shields, Balloon Venusquake Detection, 20% Brighter OLED
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In this episode, we talk about a joint effort between MIT, CalTech, and ETH Zurich to create a lightweight nanostructured material capable of providing better impact resistance than kevlar on a per mass basis, NASA JPL and CalTech students proving that weather balloons capable of reading seismic activity could help us better understand the mysteries of Venus, and how University of Michigan researchers are liberating the trapped light in OLED devices. As always, you can find these and other interesting & impactful engineering articles on Wevolver.com.
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