This Metal Is About 100 Times Lighter Than Styrofoam, and Could Transform Air Travel


It’s a material called “microlattice” from Boeing and HRL Labs, and it’s supposedly 100 times lighter than Styrofoam. If it works like engineers intend, it could mean more energy-efficient — and substantially lighter — aircrafts.

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This May Be The World’s Lightest Metal