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Graphene-fed spiders spin bionic silk

Natural spider silk is already amazingly strong stuff, plus scientists have developed synthetic versions of the material. Now, however, Italian and British researchers have split the difference, in a manner of speaking – they've created silk that comes from spiders, but that has added man-made ingredients which give it extra strength... Continue Reading Graphene-fed spiders spin bionic sil
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