Season 38, Episode 9 Making Stuff: Stronger
First Aired: January 19, 2011
Part 1 of 4 of "Making Stuff" begins with "Stronger," a search for the world's strongest material. The quest touches upon Kevlar, carbon nanotubes and even mollusks and toucan beaks. The installment also ponders a possible replacement for steel: natural spider silk. New York Times technology reporter David Pogue hosts.
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