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Unique material will protect soldiers from chemical weapons

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Military personnel involved in missions in adulterated environments are in grave demand of breathable clothing, which is lightweight yet very effective. While current military gear is heavy and does not meet the critical demand to perfection, scientists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, California have developed a highly breathable fabric that is more breathable and lightweight. Made to be used in military uniforms, the material is just like a second skin that can even protect a person from viruses and chemical weapons. Read More…