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Eye-catching reflective clothing is creating a buzz in the fashion world. The secret? Retroreflectivity.
As darkness fell, a cross-country skier grew panicked as she realized she was lost. Luckily, she spotted a shiny sign with the words “Emergency Location” across the top.
Get tips from an expert on where you should wear reflective material to be seen better in low light
Sometimes it’s all about how you look at something. Tim Hoopman relied on perseverance to create something that could be seen better, even at an angle.
“When a welding helmet is on your head for 8, 10 or 12 hours a day, it’s got to be comfortable.”
Cait Meree has a passion for protecting your hearing. The 3M chemist found a love for learning how things are made at a young age, first putting it to practice baking bread, then in the lab and now even in the dance studio.
Can you remember what types of activities you were interested in when you were 9-years old? It likely wasn’t the same as what Gitanjali Rao was focusing on: the water problems in Flint, Michigan. Two years later, she’s done something about it.
A future where sitting back, relaxing and scrolling through your social media feed as you head out on a grocery run while your vehicle does the driving may be closer than you think.