FSU-developed foam could offer NFL players powerful protection against head injuries

FSU-developed foam could offer NFL players powerful protection against head injuries

A next-generation foam technology developed by engineers at Florida State University could soon be a key component in safer and more effective football helmets, thanks to a new grant from the National Football League’s Play Smart. Play Safe. health and safety initiative.

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