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Carbon-fiber epoxy honeycombs mimic the material performance of balsa wood

June 25, 2014

photograph of a translucent hexagonal honeycomb Materials scientists at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have developed cellular composite materials of unprecedented light weight and stiffness. Full Story

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