25 May

MIT students have figured out an amazing way to get ketchup (and other condiments) out of their respective containers. LiquiGlide was invented by MIT PhD candidate Dave Smith, along with a team of mechanical engineers and nano-technologists, according to the story, first reported over at Fast Company. The research team, part of the Varanasi Research Group spent the over two months holed up in MIT’s labs developing this amazing substance. The following videos introduce us to “LiquiGlide,” a coating of non-toxic materials that allows every single drop of your favorite condiment to flow effortlessly out of the bottle.







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