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In other species, this bone called the hyoid (much like a natural ,helmet,), does not exist. Check it out here ! Also important, their skulls are less hard & more flexible than other birds’ (due to the way their skull bones are layered), thus they handle impact better.
A recyclable ,helmet inspired, by ,woodpeckers, has come out of prototype to be a real product. Designed by Anirudha Surabhi, the Kranium may arrive in the U.S. in 2013, according to Urban Velo.Surabhi was ,inspired, to design a ,helmet, after a low-speed bicycle accident that left him with a concussion, ev
For the past several years, preventing brain injury for football players has been a top priority for many organizations around the country – from high schools, to colleges, to the NFL.. Now, a new ,helmet, technology invented by a Texas Tech University student may be able to help prevent concussions in players by mimicking the way a ,Woodpecker,’s brain is protected from repeated hits to the head
23/1/2012, · A ,woodpecker,’s skull is like an internal bike ,helmet, to keep its brain from getting hurt. Scientists even think some of the things they found out about ,woodpeckers, can be used to make better ,helmets,. Maybe one day your noggin will be as well protected from damage as a ,woodpecker,’s brain.