Curiosity and relentless commitment to innovation reminds us how important it is to have gender diversity in engineering and materials science.
Collaborating on safer, more advanced electric vehicles.
DuPont experts Amr Moniem and Yves Bader share their views on the role safety apparel plays within F1 with examples of how Nomex® aids drivers on the high-risk racetrack environment.
As the pinnacle of automotive technology, Formula One is a true “laboratory on wheels” where hybrid-electric technologies and materials get tried and tested, before filtering down to the latest commercial vehicles on our roads.
What happens when you bring together the brightest minds across materials science and automotive engineering?
Formula One (F1) cars are typically synonymous with the roar of engines in vehicles designed for one thing: speed. But in fact, more is being done in F1 to improve sustainability than you may imagine.
For so many, Formula 1 and the auto industry have always been about more than just the mechanics of the cars.
In Formula 1, the difference between glory and defeat comes down to the smallest of margins