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How Insect Wings Destroy Bacteria

In a new study, researchers describe how the veined wing of the Clanger cicada is the first known example of a natural biomaterial that kills bacteria on contact, using only its physical structure, unaided by chemical or biological agents. Tiny nanopatterns on the locust-like insect's wing surface simply tear the microorganisms apart...

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