Dr. Colin Cork of the Advanced Textiles Research Group at Nottingham Trent University is pictured with four PhD researchers studying the ballistic impact of textiles at the University of Manchester. The picture shows (left to right) Yue Xu, Yanfei Yang, Colin Cork, Nan Wang and Shengnan Min. Topics under study include shear-thickening fluids, hybrid soft body armour, the structure of body armour and ballistic helmets. Dr. Cork himself used to research in the area at the University of Manchester.
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