Il Progetto Oyster menzionato nella “Link identifier #identifier__46451-1Success Story” dalla Commissione Europea.
Il prof. Marco Sebastiani ha contribuito a questa importante ricerca internazionale.
"The leaf of the lotus flower is famed for its ability to shed water and keep itself clean and dry. Can we learn from biology and design materials with similar properties?
Most materials are either in contact with the atmosphere or with water or other liquids,’ says project coordinator Marco Sebastiani, from the University of Roma Tre in Italy. ‘So, you may want to control how the water interacts with those surfaces.’ A surface that repels water, like the lotus leaf, is said to be hydrophobic. A surface that attracts water is hydrophilic."
Link identifier #identifier__83955-2https://ec.europa.eu/research/infocentre/article_en.cfm?artid=52525
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