Nanotech clothing fabric 'never gets wet' - tech - 24 November 2008 - New Scientist:
* 18:02 24 November 2008 by Jon Evans
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If you were to soak even your best raincoat underwater for two months it would be wet through at the end of the experience. But a new waterproof material developed by Swiss chemists would be as dry as the day it went in.
Lead researcher Stefan Seeger at the University of Zurich says the fabric, made from polyester fibres coated with millions of tiny silicone filaments, is the most water-repellent clothing-appropriate material ever created."
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