Spider silk could inspire high-tech fog-catching nets, researchers say

02/3/2010 | Yahoo!

The extraordinary ability of spider silk to trap water from the air can be traced to its protein fibers that change structure once they come in contact with humidity, according to Chinese researchers. The finding could inspire the development of man-made fibers that could serve useful in fog collection and in manufacturing processes to collect water from the air, the researchers said.

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