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10th October 2018

New material could provide for future smooth travels

While technology continues to evolve, resulting in stronger steel or advanced uses for graphene, other researchers have homed in on composite materials and the potential capabilities for 3D printing. Scientists from the University of Surrey teamed with counterparts from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and the University of California, Irvine to develop a new 3D printed material that is stiff, strong and flexible.

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