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Superhydrophic “Nanoflowers” for Biomedical Applications

Analysts from Texas A&M University have grown new nanomaterial with superhydrophobic properties. Their recent publication shows that by controlling atomic-scale absconds in their nanomaterial, they could utilize it to repel water and blood on glass, paper, and other common materials. This exciting improvement can prompt self-cleaning biosensors and anti-fouling surfaces. Different self-cleaning materials have been…