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MIT creates glare-free, self cleaning, water repellent glass

If a smartphone or tablet with glass that's glare-free, repels liquids and is self-cleaning sounds appealing, you might want to start following MIT's research. By adding layers on glass that are then selectively removed, microscopic cones are created and provided these desirable characteristics
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