MIT Researchers Develop Anti-Fogging, Self-Cleaning and Glare-Free Glass
April 27, 2012

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a “multifunctional” glass based on surface nano-textures that self-cleans and resists fogging and glare, according to information from MIT.

The glass could be used in optical devices, the screens of smart phones and televisions, solar panels, car windshields and even windows in buildings.

The technology involves uneven nanoscale cones on the surface pattern based on a new fabrication approach the MIT team developed.

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