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The World's Lightest Material, developed for the Pentagon is a nickel-phosphorous 'microlattice' of interconnected hollow tubes 1/1000th the thickness of a human hair and is 99.99% air.

Material science - bring back the best of memories. This is 3d print in titanium is awesome! More at #tech #atechpoint


GEN H-4 Helicopter To Take Flight in Leonardo da Vinci's Hometown

World's Smallest Helicopter Ready For a Spin | Guinness World Records has declared the GEN H-4 to be the world's smallest one-man helicopter. Now the inventor of the GEN H-4, 75-year-old Japanese inventor Gennai Yanagisawa, will demonstrate the chipper chopper in the Italian hometown of famed aeronautical pioneer and "Renaissance Man" Leonardo da Vinci. [The Future of Aviation:]

Sixteen most expensive materials in the world.

Aerogels are the world's lightest solid materials, composed of up to 99.98% air by volume. Aerogels are a diverse class of amazing materials with properties unlike anything else. Transparent superinsulating silica aerogels exhibit the lowest thermal conductivity of any solid known. Ultrahigh surface area carbon aerogels power today's fast-charging supercapacitors. And ultrastrong, bendable x-aerogels are the lowest-density structural materials ever developed.

Un dispositivo bastante novedoso, en un cubo de 2.5 cm. ¿Que les parece? #EstilodeVidaBlogazzine #vidanueva #tecnologia


Frozen smoke.

Aerogel, also know as frozen smoke, is the world’s lowest density solid, clocking in at 96% air. If you hold a small piece in your hand, it’s practically impossible to either see or feel, but if you poke it, it’s like styrofoam. It supports up to 4,000 times its own weight and can withstand a direct blast from two pounds of dynamite. It’s also the best insulator in existence.

I’m Speechless… This Invention Can Change The World. Just Watch | PetFlow Blog - The most interesting news for pet parents around the world.

Futuristic Technology. New Material May Help Us To Breathe Underwater and Improve Fuel Cells (VIDEO) [Underwater:]

Felix Baumgartner's supersonic freefall from 128k' - Mission Highlights via Robert Mackey, #Felix_Baumgartner #Free_Fall #Robert_McKay #John_Tierney

3D Print Homes International Launches Crowdfunding Campaign to 3D Print Houses for the World’s Homeless [3D Printing News: 3D Printing Books: 3D Printers:]

NASA is claiming it is the most light absorbent material ever developed, and capable of absorbing 99% of ultraviolet, infrared, far-infrared, and visible light. That may not sound too impressive on its own until you find out what it can be used for and the benefits it brings.