Posts Tagged ‘moisture’

MIT creates bacteria-powered clothing straight out of science fiction

The exercise gear of the future could be covered in living microbial cells capable of expanding and shrinking in response to changes in humidity, thus allowing an athlete’s body to cool down after sensing increases in body heat and sweat, according to a team of researchers at MIT. In fact, Dr. Wen Wang, a former […]

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Cutaneous water collection by a moisture-harvesting lizard, the thorny devil (Moloch horridus) [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Philipp Comanns, Philip C. Withers, Falk J. Esser, and Werner Baumgartner
Moisture-harvesting lizards, such as the Australian thorny devil, Moloch horridus, have the remarkable ability to inhabit arid regions. Special skin structures, comprising a mic…

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