Military Experience Inspires Harvard Nanofiber Body Armor Research

Seven years of Harvard University research into bulletproof armor began with a simple question of how to protect soldiers' private parts from blast wounds.

The problem inspired Harvard professor Kit Parker, a veteran of four tours in Afghanistan, to begin research that led to the development of a lightweight nanofiber material that can stop both bullets and burns.

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