Indeed, the results of our “spider web” are conclusif, however, they are not as drastic as we had planned. The spider web was very resistant to our tests but it did not necessarily always come in first place. To prevent this, a few changes could have been made to potentially create better results. First, we re-used our nine webs for every test, this meant that they were slightly worn out by the time the third test was done, this maybe falsed slightly our results. Moreover, the measurements to the third experiment were all taken by observation with the naked eye. Therefore they could have been more precise. Also due to the fact that a string length was imposed, on some webs we had to double the string to be able to use all of it. This could of has an effect on the solidity of our webs, making some wrongly stronger than other.