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New technique makes water droplets sprint

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3:39pm, January 29, 2001

It's been more than 8 years since researchers found a way to alter a surface so that water would crawl uphill. Now, expanding on that work, they have made individual water drops race across flat, level surfaces at a brisk clip of 3 miles per hour.

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