Nanotech Golf Ball Corrects Its Own Flight

Scientists are trying to use nanotechnology to cure diseases, ameliorate the energy crisis and reduce golf scores. Buffalo, New York-based NanoDynamics has come up with a golf ball that can correct its own flight path so it flies straighter than conventional balls. The ball won’t shift 45° in midair, but the design of the ball — and the materials it’s made of — serve to better channel the energy received from the club head and thus correct a wobble or slight drift

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