Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Snow Ski

Those big schools are always coming through with big break throughs, MIT probably more so than others:

At the American Chemical Society meeting in Washington, D.C., this week, scientists from MIT explained how they have developed a new material--which consists of thin, alternating layers of tiny glass particles and polymers--that will resist fogging and work in a far wider range of environments than current fog-resistant glass and plastics. In two to five years, glasses, ski goggles and car windshields could be made with the material.

Thats pretty sweet but what about AIDS, ADD, Cancer, Diabeties, and Parkinsons? But who cares about those when we don't have to deal with fog in our ski goggles?


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