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Synthetic Spider Silk is Strongest Yet

News   Aug 22, 2018 | Original Press Release from the Washington University in St. Louis

 
Synthetic Spider Silk is Strongest Yet

Engineers at Washington University have created bacteria that produce biosynthetic silk that’s as strong as the real thing. Credit: Christopher Bowen

 
 
 

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