Advances in ketch-up bottles

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Scientists at MIT came up with a revolutionary new bottle that will change the way we pour ketch-up out of the bottle forever: LiquiGlide - a 'super-slippery' coating which makes the insides of bottles so frictionless that the sludgy goo inside just slides out like water.

MIT PhD candidate Dave Smith and his team of mechanical engineers and nano-technologists at the Varanasi Research Group spent two months devising a solution. Smith is now in talks with a few bottle companies to market LiquiGlide, but nothing is official yet.

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