Shock-absorbing system may save soldiers' lives

Even if an armored military vehicle isn’t destroyed when a land mine detonates underneath it, its occupants can still receive traumatic brain injuries. Scientists at the University of Maryland are trying to keep that from happening, with a new shock-absorbing system that could also have applications in civilian products…
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