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Meet the insect that is inspiring the next generation of antimicrobial surfaces

Dragonflies, one of Nature’s most successful predators, are the main inspiration behind the next generation of antimicrobial surfaces. The surface of these beautiful insects’ wings consists of nanostructures that are capable of killing a range of bacteria, including S. aureus, P. aeruginosa and E. coli by their mere geometry. Thus, they earned the name “mechano-bactericidal” surfaces.

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Bringing Legacy Machines into the 21st Century

Students will continue to live, work and study in a digital economy – They must be prepared with the tools they need to succeed,” says Ruth Watkins, president of the University of Utah.

Grounding digital literacy in wider pedagogic objectives can open up all kinds of educational possibilities, and lead to some surprising results.

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