NewsNature-inspired design: Mimicking moth eyes to produce
transparent anti-reflective coatings

5th November 2020by admin0
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There are many human problems that scientists and
engineers have solved by drawing ideas directly from biomechanisms
found in other lifeforms, from Velcro to Japan’s famous bullet
trains, the Shinkansen. Thus, it should not come as a surprise to
know that many remarkable advances in anti-reflective coating were
inspired by the peculiar biostructures found in moth
eyes.

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