NewsCicada-inspired waterproof surfaces closer to reality,
researchers report

22nd October 2020by admin0
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A multidisciplinary group that studies the physical
and chemical properties of insect wings has demonstrated the
ability to reproduce the nanostructures that help cicada wings
repel water and prevent bacteria from establishing on the surface.
The new technique—which uses commercial nail polish—is economical
and straightforward, and the researchers said it will help
fabricate future high-tech waterproof materials.

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