>> Sunday, November 25, 2012
In a new article posted to ScienceDaily, researchers have found another remarkable use for Scotch brand tape as a smart material.
Researchers cut the tape into half centimeter "fingers" that, when exposed to water, turned into little claws that were great at picking up water droplets.
Its uses can be varied to suit the researchers needs. It's cost effective and reusable and van babe used for things like collecting pollen, water, and microbes:
Because it has an adhesive side, it is very functional for this sort of work. You can read more at the link above.
Original material from Perdue University.