Superlight aerogel made by mimicking a baby dragonfly’s wings


Polka Dot/Jupiter By Leah Crane When an entomologist dropped by Lidija Šiller’s materials science lab at Newcastle University in the UK to borrow her electron microscope, Šiller thought they would just be looking at some dragonfly wings to identify their species. But when she took a peek, she was taken aback by the wings’ resemblance to her own research. “When we looked at the dragonfly wings, we just wanted to classify them. But then we saw something that was much more interesting,” she says. The wings were full of tiny pores,
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