New Paper in Advanced Materials Interfaces

Our paper “Rational Design of Transparent Nanowire Architectures with Tunable Geometries for Preventing Marine Fouling” is published in Advanced Materials Interfaces. By tuning nanowire length, spacing, and branching, we systematically study the impact of surface architectures on wettability, algae fouling, and optical transparency.  Superhydrophobic nanowire arrays completely block marine biofouling for 22 days. [link]