Superhydrophobic 'nanoflower' for biomedical applications

Superhydrophobic ‘nanoflower’ for biomedical applications

Wed, 07/03/2019 – 09:52

Plant leaves have a natural superpower — they’re designed with water repelling characteristics. Called a superhydrophobic surface, this trait allows leaves to cleanse themselves from dust particles. Inspired by such natural designs, a team of researchers at Texas A&M University has developed an innovative way to control the hydrophobicity of a surface to benefit to the biomedical field. Read more at Texas A & M Today.

Source: National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Biomedical Engineering- News

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