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Superhydrophobic Droplet Logic: Computing with Water Droplets

A recent article by Mertaniemi et al. gains national and international media attention.

A recent article published by Mertaniemi et al. of Molecular Materials Research Groups in Advanced Materialshas gained national and international media attention, as it shows a new concept for computing, using water droplets as bits of digital information (see the videos below).

More Details: Aalto University News

Link to video:http://phys.org/news/2012-09-dropletssuperhydrophobic-droplet-logic.html

Original article: Mertaniemi H., Forchheimer R., Ikkala O., Ras R.H.A., Rebounding droplet-droplet collisions on superhydrophobic surfaces: from the phenomenon to droplet logic, Advanced Materials, ASAP (2012).http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/adma.201202980

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