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Students Conduct Successful Test Flight of Concrete Plane in South Dakota

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South Dakota School of Mines & Technology's David Haberman and Tyler Pojanowski conducted a successful test flight for its eight-kilo remote-controlled concrete airplane. While building an industrial-sized aircraft is not possible with current technology, Haberman and Pojanowski's smaller model "could lead to further developments in concrete, making it stronger, lighter and easier to work with when it comes to building structures," writes Andrew Liszewski. 

Source: A May 11 posting by Gizmodo Australia. Read more.

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