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  1. Researchers at the University of Rochester are laser etching the surfaces of metal in ways that make them attract water or repel water. The video here shows how remarkably effective ... FULL ARTICLE AT Boing Boing

  2. Gigantic ring system around J1407b much larger, heavier than Saturn's

    Astronomers at the Leiden Observatory, The Netherlands, and the University of Rochester, USA, have discovered that the ring system that they see eclipse the very young Sun-like star J1407 is ... FULL ARTICLE AT PhysOrg.com

  1. VIDEO: How do you 'bounce' water? - 15 Secs

    Scientists at the University of Rochester in New York have developed "self-cleaning" metal that enables water droplets to gather dust particles, then bounce and slide away. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC

  2. New Laser-Etched Metal Is So Hydrophobic Water Droplets Bounce Off Like Bouncy Balls

    This is a piece of metal that's been laser-etched with "micro- and nanoscale structures" by scientists at the University of Rochester to increase its hydrophobic (water-repellant) properties . The scientists ... FULL ARTICLE AT Geekologie - Gadgets Gizmos and Awesome

  3. Watch Droplets Bounce Off Amazing New Water-Repellent Metal

    The laser-etched material is more effective than traditional hydrophobic chemical coatings. FULL ARTICLE AT TIME Magazine

  1. Water literally bounces off new, permanently super-hydrophobic metal

    Brian Galloway for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Making a surface hydrophobic (water repellent) usually relies on a coating that's both temporary and potentially harmful if inhaled. Now, though ... FULL ARTICLE AT RedOrbit

  2. University of Rochester scientists create extremely hydrophobic metal that water can 'bounce' off

    University of Rochester Institute of Optics professor Chunlei Guo and senior scientist Anatoliy Vorobyev invented a new material that makes water bounce off of it. FULL ARTICLE AT Post-Standard

  3. Lasers create surface so hydrophobic that water bounces off like a ball

    Researchers at the University of Rochester have used lasers to create a surface so hydrophobic that a single droplet of water can bounce up and down on it -- multiple times ... FULL ARTICLE AT Extreme Tech

  4. New Laser-Patterning Technique Creates Super Hydrophobic Metal (video)

    Researchers and scientists at the University of Rochester have been able to invent a new laser patterning system to transform metals into materials with new properties, creating super hydrophobic metal ... FULL ARTICLE AT Geeky-Gadgets

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