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Cheryl Hayashi: La splendeur de la soie d'araignée

TED2010 · 14:28 · Filmed Feb 2010
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Cheryl Hayashi étudie la soie d'araignée, l'un des matériaux les plus performants qu'on puisse trouver dans la nature. Chaque espèce d'araignée peut fabriquer jusqu'à 7 sortes très différentes de soie. Comment font-elles ? Hayashi nous l'explique au niveau de l'ADN, puis démontre comment ce matériel ultra-résistant et ultra-flexible peut inspirer.

Spider silk scientist
Cheryl Hayashi studies the delicate but terrifically strong silk threads that make up a spider's web, finding startling applications for human use. Full bio
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