UPV/EHU researcher Ana Margarida Fernandes is working on the development of "liquid marbles", also known as dry water. The aim of the research is to better understand the behaviour of this compound, in order to make advances inthe use of cheaper materials, such as polystyrene; to date, much more expensive silicon nanoparticles have been employed.
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