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Submission + - Water From Water Vapor With Hydrophilic Beetle-Emulating Coatings (astounde.com)

mbstone 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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