Lufthansa looks to shark skins for aerodynamic improvements

02/19/2013 | CNN

Lufthansa, Airbus and a German firm have partnered to study shark skin technology for aircraft. The technology has been used for ships and swimsuits because it mimics the tiny riblets that enable a shark to speed through water. The surface coating could also improve the aerodynamics of airplanes.

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