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CAMBRIDGE – Researchers at the University of Cambridge have designed a synthetic spider silk substitute which is made up of 98 per cent water. The material – which absorbs energy ‘like a bungee cord’ – reportedly offers enhanced strength and has potential for use in protective apparel, sportswear and bulletproof vests.

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