Bio-inspired Materials
00:11 - 04:02
3m 51s
The peacock mantis shrimp intrigued researchers at UC Riverside when studying the shrimp's claws. They're shells are hard and durable. Scientists are looking towards the shrimp's shell to develop a new synthetic material.


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