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He’s so invested in how to envelop theatergoers in a protective antiviral cocoon that he spent a fortune bringing to his 2,200-seat London Palladium devices from South Korea that emit antibacterial mist as ticket holders pass through them.
ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER BELIEVES IN THE IMMINENT RETURN OF BROADWAY AND THE WEST END. THAT’S ALL HE ASKS OF YOU.PETER MARKSDECEMBER 4, 2020WASHINGTON POST
In the event of an accident, a 360-degree cocoon airbag deploys to completely encompass both the seat and its occupant for maximum protection.
THE 100 GREATEST INNOVATIONS OF 2020POPULAR SCIENCE STAFFDECEMBER 2, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
In addition to the handy kangaroo pocket, a fabric flap folds over the sleeve opening to make little cocoons for your hands.
THIS WEARABLE SLEEPING BAG CURES THE WINTER BLUESKAELYN LYNCHNOVEMBER 30, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
Their egg cases, or cocoons, are so small that they can easily hitch a ride on a hiker’s or gardener’s shoe, or can be transported in mulch, compost or shared plants.
INVASIVE JUMPING WORMS DAMAGE U.S. SOIL AND THREATEN FORESTSMEGAN SEVERSEPTEMBER 29, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Those cores are otherwise hard to study hidden in their thick, gassy cocoons.
A NEWFOUND EXOPLANET MAY BE THE EXPOSED CORE OF A GAS GIANTLISA GROSSMANJULY 1, 2020SCIENCE NEWS

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