Harvard professor makes waves with liquid anti-icing coating

We recently spoke with Harvard University post-doctoral researcher Philseok Kim in materials science professor Joanna Aizenberg's laboratory. The Aizenberg lab is developing an anti-icing coating technology, dubbed "Slippery Liquid Infused Porous Surface," or "SLIPS," initially focusing on aluminum ...

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