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Stephanie Kwolek, 83, shown in this June 20, 2007 photo taken in Brandywine Hundred, Del., wears regular house gloves made with the Kevlar she invented. Her friend, Rita Vasta, told The Associated Press that Stephanie Kwolek died Wednesday in a Wilmington hospital. at age 90. (AP Photo/The News Journal, Jennifer Corbett)
This undated photo made available by DuPont shows chemist Stephanie Kwolek at the DuPont Labs in Delaware. Kwolek, a pioneer chemist who invented the exceedingly tough fibers widely used in Kevlar body armor, died Friday at the age of 90. Kwolek invented a liquid crystalline solution that could be spun into the fabric now used worldwide in police and military protective equipment. (AP Photo/Courtesy of DuPont)
With the push to remove a 105-year-old dam from Gorge Metro Park — a move that would uncover the long-hidden falls under the Cuyahoga River that gave Cuyahoga Falls its name — Summit County Metro Parks has planned a series of special programs about the well-known but obsolete feature.