Bulletproof Skin

    Dutch researcher Jalila Essaidi has bio-engineered a bullet proof material using spider silk, grown from goat milk, and human skin. They tested it with a reduced velocity .22 caliber bullet. This is all well and good, but it does not help with trauma transferred. Sort of like bullet proof vests will help stop a bullet but you still get the force of the bullet transferred into your body and can cause internal damage.

    Nicholas C

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