Science Daily (Sandy Hook, CT: 15.1 million unique monthly visits)
May 12, 2016
Your fingertip sends a jolt of electricity (albeit tiny) that disturbs rows of molecules meticulously assembled at the screen’s surface and dictates the action, whether it’s opening a new window or typing the next word on your text message. … In a paper published online this month in the American Chemical Society journal Langmuir, the UI team reports that the molecules reassemble without having to be prodded into position.
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