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Water harvesting gets rough and slippery: Science360 Top Story of the Day.
Slippery microgrooves help harvest fog: ACS C&EN.
Bioinspired surface harvests water from thin air: ZME Science.
Beetles and Plants Inspire Efficient Water-Harvesting Technology: The University Network.
Sticky yet slick material pulls water from foggy or humid air: New Scientist.
Combining Nature’s Best Ideas Could Improve Water Harvesting Further: IFLSCIENCE.
Slippery Rough Surface Inspired by Pitcher Plant and Rice Leaves for Harvesting Water: AZO Materials.
Slippery rough surface engineered for harvesting water effectively: XINHUA NET.
Liquid-repellent surface maximizes water harvest and transport: Phys.Org.
A Slippery Solution for Water Harvesting: Engineering 360.
Slippery-Rough Surface Can Harvest Water From Air: Courthouse News.
An engineered surface unsticks sticky water droplets: Featured in NSF Science360 as the top story of the day.
“Newly engineered surface can repel liquids in any state of wetness”: NSF Multimedia Galley.
“An engineered surface unsticks sticky water droplets”: Penn State News, Science Daily, Phys.Org, US News, Nanowerk, Global People Daily News, e! Science News, EurekAlert (AAAS), myScience, Science and Technology Research News, SciFeeds, Space Daily, Wind Daily, Sino Daily, ECN Magazine, Technology.org,Water Online, Lockerdome, USAgNet, Edu Lab Technology, Chemistry News, CytoFluidix, TG Technology, Space War, Terra Daily, Bio Fuel Daily, Saturn Daily, News Fiber, Nanotechnology Now.
“A New Coating that Out-Does the Liquid-Repelling Properties of a Lotus Flower”: World Industrial Reporter.
“Researchers Have Found A Better Way To Engineer Non-Stick Surfaces For Sticky Water Droplets”: Tech Times.
“New Super Slippery Surface Better Than Nature’s”: Technovelgy.
“Not even the stickiest of liquids can stick to this new coating”: RedOrbit.
“Special Surface Repels Liquids in Any State of Wetness”: Controlled Environments Magazine.
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