Team of students invents new temporary fix for potholes

Pothole fixes? They’re in the bag, according to CWRU students

The Plain Dealer: A team of Case Western Reserve students—Mayank Saksena, Nich Barron, Noah Gostout, Curtis Obert and Chimadika Okeye—invented a new way to temporarily patch potholes: a “non-Newtonian fluid that behaves as a liquid but turns rigid when pressure is applied.” The students have run tests on potholes near campus and plan to extend to East Cleveland.