Kevlar Body Armor Could Soon Repel Germs

If researchers are successful, Kevlar-based armor will soon be able to protect the wearer from more dangers than bullets and fire. Yuyu Sun and Jie Luo of the University of South Dakota have discovered a way to coat Kevlar with a substance called acyclic N-Halamine. After testing it against "E. coli, Staphylococcus… » 7/21/08 5:40pm 7/21/08 5:40pm