Cellular Solids 1: Structures, Properties and Engineering Applications | MITx on edX

Cellular Solids 1: Structures, Properties and Engineering Applications | MITx on edX

[MUSIC PLAYING] Even as the trees of the Arnold Arboretum turn to brown, there’s a hidden architecture hard at work in every plant. Plant tissues, like wood and palm and bamboo, have a cellular structure that makes them stiff and strong for their weight. By understanding the structural features responsible for this, we can design engineering materials inspired by nature.

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