The soft membrane covering the animal’s joints and abdomen could guide the development of a new type of flexible body armour for humans. Photo: Shutterstock

Idea for futuristic body armour came while MIT scientist Ming Guo ate lobster

  • Lobsters could offer a solution to the problem plaguing most modern body armours: the more mobility an armour offers, the less it protects the wearer’s body
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The soft membrane covering the animal’s joints and abdomen could guide the development of a new type of flexible body armour for humans. Photo: Shutterstock
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