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+ - Water From Water Vapor With Hydrophilic Beetle-Emulating Coatings->

Submitted by mbstone
mbstone (457308) writes "The Namib Desert Beetle generates water from water vapor via its shell, which has alternating hydrophilic and hydrophobic bumps which channel water droplets into its mouth. Scientists at MIT developed a self-filling water bottle using this technology, and have announced a contest for the best design of a countertop water-from-air generator."
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Water From Water Vapor With Hydrophilic Beetle-Emulating Coatings

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